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Invisible Life (Invisible Life Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Writer Dazzles in Every Way

E. Lynn Harris does an amazingly skillful job addressing the most sensitive and complex issues within the black gay community very well. In each of his books, he is able to effortlessly entertain and educate at the same time and deliver such a fine narrative that flows...
E. Lynn Harris does an amazingly skillful job addressing the most sensitive and complex issues within the black gay community very well. In each of his books, he is able to effortlessly entertain and educate at the same time and deliver such a fine narrative that flows as beautifully as he writes. His characters shine with much intelligence, charm, wit, and sophistication, and they are truly believable. Readers are bound to be drawn to Raymond Tyler, his younger brother Kirby, and they may come to both love and loathe John "Basil" Henderson. One is never disappointed with a novel that E. Lynn Harris has written with such unsparing elegance, lyricism, and an original style that remains so fresh and contemporary. Pick up a E. Lynn Harris book and you will become mesmerized like his multitude of fans!

posted by Writergeek on February 27, 2009

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1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Boring as Hell

I was excited to read this book when I checked it out. It started out kinda good than it just got plain ridiculous a man who was once straight moves to new york and doesnt know what the his sexuality is, that was foolish I understand he had a sexual experience with anot...
I was excited to read this book when I checked it out. It started out kinda good than it just got plain ridiculous a man who was once straight moves to new york and doesnt know what the his sexuality is, that was foolish I understand he had a sexual experience with another man but he just isolated himself from people. This book was just not what I was expected it to be. This man lived a very boring life.Also I did not like the fact when Raymond's friend Kelvin gave Candace AIDS she excepted it like it was cancer. I understand that this author he is trying to spread the message about AIDS. but please don't treat AIDS like a disease that is aceptable for a dying woman to except who got it from her gay husband. Sorry AIDS is devestating and its not cancer. Thank goodness I did not purchase this book.

posted by Anonymous on January 23, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2013

    Listen

    One man + one woman equals correctness. God wants love relationships to be between one man and one woman

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2013

    Hey

    Being gay is a sin. God has decreed it and He is not changing his mind. Satan wants to ensnare your souls so that you get to share the eternal experince of damnation. Don't yield to Satan. Cleave unto God.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2013

    Garbage

    God hates faggots

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2000

    THIS BOOK WAS ALLLLLLL OF THAT AND THEN SOME!

    THIS BOOK SHOULD BE PUT ON VIDEO. THIS AND ALL OF E LYNN HARRIS BOOKS ARE PUT IN TODAYS WORDS OF LIFE HE REALLY UNDERSTANDS THE GAY BLACK COMMUNITY. E LYNN HARRIS PLEASE PUT THESE MOVIES IN THE STORES TODAY. PLE-A-A-E-A-A-SE.

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