Good-bye, I Love You is the true story of a wife, her homosexual husband, and a love that transcended tragedy when he came home to die.
First released in hardcover in 1986, Good-bye, I Love You was the first widely acclaimed memoir of what was to become a continuing tragedy: death resulting from the AIDS virus. Since problems related to AIDS take an ever-increasing toll, the continuing popularity of Pearson's book is no surprise. It may be that no one has documented the heart-wrenching effects of homosexuality and the AIDS epidemic on the American family better than Ms. Pearson.
|Publisher:||Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I will be eternally grateful to Carol Lynn. All the others books I read on this subject focused on the straight spouse so much that I learned next to nothing about gay spouses and what they went through. Carol Lynn's book is the one and only book I have come across that deals with both sides. And she gets it right. I highly recommend this book to both gay and straight spouses. It's too bad it is out of print.