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self -absorbed protagonist speaks volumes
on 15 June 1999
While some readers may be put off by Jeff, the self-absorbed protagonist of this beautifully written first novel, others will find it, like I did, to strike a cord. Jeff seems to want it all-his lover Lloyd, the younger trick who turns out to be more, Eduardo, and the nameless men he meets at rest stops and tea dances. That one side of him is balanced by his eagerness explore his options, his psyche and his world. He has genuine love for the three primary men in his life and that love shines through. His relationships with his other family, his mother and father and siblings, are very real and telling. A terrific book that says a great deal about today's Gay world and about emotions and relationships in general.