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The War On Emily Dickinson
     

The War On Emily Dickinson

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by Anna Scott Graham
 

As mysterious ailments evolve into an insidious scourge, friendship ignites into passion between AIDS nurse Marthe Souza and her bisexual boyfriend, author Kell Vander Kellen. Infidelities sabotage their relationship, but when Kell returns to her realm HIV-positive, he wishes to record their history alongside that of the pandemic, intolerance and fear amid

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As mysterious ailments evolve into an insidious scourge, friendship ignites into passion between AIDS nurse Marthe Souza and her bisexual boyfriend, author Kell Vander Kellen. Infidelities sabotage their relationship, but when Kell returns to her realm HIV-positive, he wishes to record their history alongside that of the pandemic, intolerance and fear amid steadfast devotion.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011407482
Publisher:
Anna Scott Graham
Publication date:
07/16/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,269,993
File size:
336 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

A California native, I lived in Britain for eleven years, moving back to The Golden State in the spring of 2007. I'm leaving these stories for my grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Right now there’s only a grand-basset to consider, but one of these days, my descendants can peruse all I've sent into cyberspace.In the meantime, you can too. And thank you so much for reading an independent author.

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The War On Emily Dickinson 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
juliekrose More than 1 year ago
This is a beautifully heartfelt book, a story of love, loss, and faith. The backdrop - the scourge of the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco - is devastating, but the resilience of the patients, the care workers, and the community is even stronger. Marthe and Kell are so real, so earthy, so complicated, and you root for them and empathize with them. The supporting cast is also fantastic, and I'm not lying when I say I dreamed about the Souzas. They get into your head. I also really loved the structure of the book, which really suits the nature of the complicated relationships and the confusing times in which the characters lived.