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Full of memorable characters, hilarious dialogue, and an incredibly romantic love story. High school freshman Charlie writes a series of letters, to whom we don't know. In them he details his life as a wallflower, struggling to fit in, finding comfort in an odd new circle of friends. The three high school seniors take three distinctly different approaches to coming out.
Blue is having a hard time moving on. He's in love with his best friend. He's also dead. Luckily, Hamal can see ghosts, leaving Blue free to haunt him to his heart's content. One weekend in the lives of several gay teenagers, narrated by a ghostly Greek chorus, the generation of young men lost to AIDS. Those narrators, who understand so well how far the current generation has come, and how quickly it can all be gone, make the book a celebration of life, and they demand that we live that life to the fullest while we still have the chance.
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The story of a hard-working adult gay couple living in Tokyo, is told through their relationships with food. Kakei Shiro, a middle-aged hard working lawyer, is trying to save money for retirement while Kakei struggles to balance life with his nosy parents, carefree boyfriend, coworkers, friends and clients.
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When Aiden's childhood best friend, Jarrod, returns to town, his reappearance triggers memories that reveal a world of magic and insight Aiden didn't know he had, pulling him into the shadow world in order to save his family. Mark and Kate have been classmates for the past year but wind up meeting for the first time at a bar in the middle of their first San Francisco Pride Week, a week in which they go from strangers to the most unique of friends.
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