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  • Posted August 15, 2014

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    I cannot explain how much I love this story and these people. 

    I cannot explain how much I love this story and these people. 




    Before I even got past the first 20% I was laughing so hard that I had tears running down my face and neck, my eyes were swollen. As embarrassing as it is, I have to admit, I ending up peeing on myself and then throwing up because I just could not for the life of me stop laughing so hard. I mean just wow. 




    The coming out dinner discussion was off the charts. It will remain one of my all time favorite scenes. I'll never forget—GayTube, unicorns, rainbows, gay laser beams, porn, plague of locusts, wine, coitus, word play, Jorge the male nurse, the hug—all of it *sigh* good times.




    I love how unique this character line-up is, the wide age range, the realness to them all. I love them all for their differences they lend. Bear, being the storyteller of the book, gets my attention the most with all of his neurotic head trips, but it's how they all play off each other that makes this so amazing.




    Your family needs you, Bear. You're the one thing that holds them all together, and without you, they're just as lost."




    Just looking through all of my book highlights makes me start giggling again.
    "So would you call yourself a...hmmm, that doesn't sound appropriate..a 'nasty come hungry bottom dumpster [...]'?"




    "Would either of you be going in drag?" the Kid asks. "I was researching gay history and I'm quite taken with drag queens. They have cool hats and stage names. I found a drag queen name generator online, and my drag queen name is Minerva Fox. I would probably sing a lot of Barbra." 
    "Who's Barbra?" I ask him, glancing at Otter. Otter looks as baffled as I do.
    He shrugs. "All the pictures I saw said that drag queens sang Barbara. I don't even know what that means."




    And of course I can't forget the sexy.
    An hour later, we lay next to each other, spent and gasping, his spunk [...]




    And the awwww.
    I told him that we would grow old together, that I'd be there to make fun of him when he started to get fat and bald, when he'd get spots on his hands. I told him we'd build a little house by the beach, and we'd sit on the porch wrapped up in a blanket and that the world would pass us by and that it was okay. It was okay because we'd have lived it all already




    I'm not leaving out all the tears. Yes, I cried a lot, again. 




    This book is amazing! T.J. Klune is a wonderful, magnificent, glorious story teller. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2012

    Fantastic Story!!!!!

    I have got to say that this one of the best stories I've had the pleasure of reading!!!! I cannot wait for another one, there's just GOT to be.... I can definitely see one brewing between Dominic and the Kid!!! But don't just take my word for it... BUY BOTH BOOKS!!! HAPPY READING :)

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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