About The Book
"Why read a book about someone else’s life? “I cried not for Larry, but for me.” The book consists of 40 true stories dealing with life, death, survival, acceptance, and forgiveness. These intimate memories are much more than a chronicle through the historical war in Vietnam, they are also a journey of personal memories of every day events growing up in Arkansas. They evoke universal themes that touch the reader in profound ways. “What I had read was like a tuning fork for me. As if my heart picked up on the vibrations of the story - the innocence of being young again, and the loss of innocence in facing the challenges of a cruel world, the uncertainty of a relationship with someone I admired, the memory of becoming aware of what I was - a homosexual, I recognized that fear and insecurity of my growing up, the terror that someone might find out “my secret” and the heavy burden of having to learn how to live with it and keep it hidden. This book brought back the memories of the pain during those years. I cried not for Larry, but for me.” "
""Such a fabulous read" "Beautiful" "Hard to put down" "Days in a life" "Excellent Read" "Mesmerizing Stories" "