|Rating||:||4.96 (687 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||268 Pages|
ETCJ said A look into the life that some many do not take the time to understand.. I highly recomend this book to anyone. I wanted to see how it ended but at the same time did not want it to end I just wanted it to keep going.I laughed, I cried, and became totally engrossed. I truly enjoyed my excursion into Con Bradshaw's life.I so loved your description of Shayla. Boy, have I known quit a few like her.Your political stabs w. Insightful and Moving ! Jon W. Scott I thoroughly enjoyed this insightful novel. Being an older gay man I appreciate the points of view from the different generational characters. Also it takes in the social political environment of a small Texas town and what it is/was like there. Best of all two love stories parallel each other in the different generations and to see them juxtap. Great Read Great read. After only a few pages the characters already felt like friends and I eagerly anticipated leaning more about their stories.
His first book in this enterprise, Without Paradise, was published in 2008. Once you’ve lived in San Francisco nowhere else can ever really be home. . He was born in Texas but considers himself to be a Californian. It’s an unexpected late-in-life joy. He is semi-retired but busier than ever writing all those stories he didn’t have time to write when he was young. The warmth and enthusiasm he received from that experience encouraged thi
For some, it’s a place, for others another person or a work of art or an old comfy sofa. Connoly Bradshaw IV moved 1800 miles from all he knew of home to avoid coming out to his family and friends. And Portland, Oregon had welcomed him. Inside is a journal kept fifty years earlier when the elder Bradshaw was a young man. Then he receives word of his grandfather’s death and he must return to East Texas for the funeral. The youngest Bradshaw is about to be caught up in his grandfather’s life in a way he never expected and comes to understand that generations may differ in many ways but some things never change and one of those is love.. Putting his own life aside out of respect for his grandfather and namesake, he decides to keep his secret a little while longer when he returns to Madison, Texas and the family he loves and fears. But on the da
About the Author Kenneth Sean Campbell is single and lives in Portland, Oregon. His first book in this enterprise, Without Paradise, was published in 2008. . He is semi-retired but busier than ever writing all those stories he didn’t have time to write when he was young. The warmth and enthusiasm he received from that experience encouraged this newest novel and there are two more in first draft awaiting his attention. He was born in Texas but considers himself to be a Californian. Once you’ve lived in San Francisco nowhere else can ever really be home. It’s