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Posted December 18, 2006
His sense of humor is unlike any I've encountered before, and he expresses his wit through his creation of a diverse group of characters. 'And to Think That he Kissed Him on Lorimer Street' introduces characters such as a teenage lesbian from Uzbekistan, and a black gay college student who debates poisoning his Pakistani roommate's therapy monkey. Grayson skillfully expands on his memories of the past with a pop culture study of sorts..weaving his past memories into his observations and experiences in the here and now. All this is done with a wit that caused me to laugh out loud. I'll admit, not every story had me rooted to my seat..there were a few that didn't grab me and keep hold, but ultimately as a whole, I sincerely enjoyed this book...if you want a good chuckle and enjoy short stories, this one is recommended.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.