Impossibly Glamorous: How a Misfit from Kansas Became an Asian Sensation Paperback – 22 Nov 2012
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On top of the writing, there is also the many various struggles Charles portrays with more than a few I’m able to relate to personally. The author deals with coming out in Kansas City, Missouri, the infamous “small town” or rather Midwestern, I suppose, gay scene. Speaking form personal experience, if you spend your adolescence in a place where mediocre is norm and nobody aspires to much aside from coming out safely I can say that Charles hit home and pulled me in as soon as he started writing about what his experience was like.
Overall, this book is honestly a new favorite of mine and it makes me feel a little bit proud that, like Charles, I managed to break away from mediocrity although I've yet to find the success Charles has. Loved every minute of reading this.
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