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Dreyfus Affair: A Baseball Love Story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2000

    LAUGH OUT LOUD FUNNY!!!

    The first time I read this novel I could not stop laughing. This is definitely the funnies novel I ever read. The second time I read it I was overcomed by the absolute sweetness of the love story between Randy and D.J. (talk about actions being louder than words). This novel juxtapose nicely with Purdy's, Eustace Chrisholm and the Works (kick as novel!!). While Lefcourt shows us the beauty that results from following your heart, Purdy shows us the ugliness which comes from chosing fear over love. Anyway, the characters in the Dreyfus Affair were eccentric yet realistic, what an accomplishment. If you love gay love stories, check out my picks.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2000

    Like A Mcguire Homerun...AMAZING!

    Peter Lefcourt is amazing! I just finished this book, and I laughed, cried, gasped in shock and felt like I was right there all the way as Short stop star Randy Dreyfus 'discovered' who he was for the first time. This is a great read, fun, uplifiting. The perfect book to take with you outside, sitting in the sun, drinking a cold beer on a hot summer day. I can't wait for the movie, there has to be one, it is that good. I already cast the roles in my mind. Can't wait to read Lefcourt's 'The Woody'! I'm going to pick it up tomarrow!

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