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Then This Happened How Many this happened How many was the adjective burning used to escribe a sexual turn on Every time It was personally relatable to some extent and for some it probably was a powerful read just because they could identify with it For the rest of us those who enjoy reading this isn t what writing is about because the author held back refused to portray any sense of vulnerability gut wrenching honesty refused to portray any sense of vulnerability gut wrenching honesty fear Dorothy Allison said in Skin Talking About Sex Class LiteratureWrite what you love Write about people you can t forget It s time for books written by people who are in love with their characters and can make us feel thatEach of us has our own bitterness our own fear and that stubborn tenderness we are famous for Each of us has our own stories and none of them are the same no matter how similar some of the etails Tell me the truth and I make you a promise If you show me yours I ll show you mine That s what writers o for each otherThis book lacked these things he can say over and over again how much he loves someone or something but it wasn t shown There was nothing original in how these experiences were presented The experiences aren t supp. And weaving his way through religious schools including Jerry Falwell's Liberty Universi. Osed to speak for themselves that s what words are for and this book lacked those words While I am sympathetic to his topic I felt this was a VERY poorly written book Adams Baptist preacher father was a
*Harsh Punitive And Vicious Man Who Physically *punitive and vicious man who physically all his children Adams had a ifficult time accepting his homosexuality because of the hell Unmasking the Marquess (Hold Your Breath, damnation preaching he had been subjected to all his life There are far better written books on this topic While Iid enjoy this book I thought that the writing at times was flat Some of the Let Go dialogue yes it s rememberedialogue but still seemed unbelievable Decent enough read Marc is an awesome and kind person I am so glad I got to
meet him in person I just love him His book is a him in person I just love him His book is a read for anyone going through Christian schools Read it and tell me what you think This book broke my heart I met Narc Adams when he spoke at the university I was at I actually Chatsfields Ultimate Acquisition donated to his organization monthly for awhile so he and his spouse could help others at risk for suicide from religious shaming for their sexuality This bookescribes the eep
shame people go through when the way they were raised religiously oesn t fit their people go through when the way they were raised religiously oesn t fit their While well written this is just not my kind of book. Ty and reparative therapy techniues Adams started his journey to self acceptance at age I can certainly see how this novel is going to lead to some ebate among readers On
one hand it lacks any true style in the storytelling which hand it lacks any true style in the storytelling which to tackle a compelling subject religion and homosexuality Oddly enough that lack of style may be intentional since it has a iarymemory uality to it which easily allows the reader to overlay their own experiences upon the narrative That uality however allows the author s words to speak only to a select Few The Book Could The book could easily ismissed as a gay beach read or even less than that and that is a shame since the subject matter opens itself up to so much in an era too often plagued by religious fundamentalism Heartbreaking and inspiring story of what it is to be a gay kid growing up in a fundamentalist Christian home I believe this is the author s first book and the writing is choppy at times but it is always totally honest which made it uite absorbing for me Sad and interesting at the same time His story could inspire How to Disappear discussion especially in our present culture This was a veryisappointing read because I wanted so much to like it The Act Like You Know dramatic and moving real life experiences lackedepth perspective and the voice lacked any sense of self awareness The writing was extrem. Reared in a cultish fundamentalist Baptist home aware that he was gay by the age of seven.