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Also by This Author. Readers of This Book Also Read. Anna Lund reviewed on on June 23, I have been sitting on this for a while now. First, it took quite some time to get into the action seeing it all from Tim's side. I have problems with people who are untruthful, and Tim? He doesn't even tell the truth to himself. Third, it is a very hard book to sum up. At least, if you want to make a good job of it. And I do.
So here's me trying my best. I loved it. Bet you didn't expect that, seeing the intro up there, huh? But I did love it, and I loved Tim, this broken, unhappy, sad and lonely character, who finally finds a voice to transmit what and who he is to me.
A beautifully lost young man, who ends up finding himself. Mr Bell, I hand it to you. A platter full of the most delicious kudos.
I did not think you would be able to make me like Tim ever. But you were. You did it. And I loved the epilogue that took us a bit further into the future. I'm not big on spoilers, so I'm not going into the intricate dealings in this story.
Suffice it to say that I adored many things in this book, but especially Tim's Mexican Nana, and her new priest. This is Tim's interaction with her on that, and it went straight to my heart: You love a woman, you love a man, you love a tomato.
God is happy, because he created love. But the rest, yes.
And her priest. There are several more stories woven into this one, and Mr Bell intelligently gives us suffering and death, addiction and mental illnesses, without ever lecturing us on any of it. It just IS. Some stories just don't need the sexing. This is one of them.
It broke my heart in all the right places. Whenever Tim pictured Ben, it was always summer. I found both silly errors and the omnipresent confusion between the verbs lie and lay.
I am fighting a losing battle, I believe.
Kerry Hernandez reviewed on on May 11, I really enjoyed getting Tim's point of view. This was a great book! Linda Howell reviewed on on Feb. This was such a good read. Jay Bell is an excellent writer who tells a great story. I liked all the characters- some more flawed then others but always real. A complicated story of love with lot's of angst but ultimately a satisfying ending. Coming out may be hard but not coming out could ruin your chance of happiness. It almost did Tim's- read the book and find out what happens.
It's a great ride. Lotta reviewed on on Jan.