A Time to Live: Novel
Jim Brogan's 'A Time To Live' is as enjoyable as it is honest and wise. It's a 'must read' for the gay community because, finally, here is a book concerned with the problems of ageing, especially those of sex, affection, and grief in an AIDS-haunted San Francisco. The main character, Brian, becomes vastly richer through his need to accept the inevitabilities of maturing the 1990s... as does the reader of this engrossing, well-told tale that dares embrace the intrigue of reality itself.
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Review: A Time To Live: A Gay Man's NovelUser Review - Goodreads
This is a novel by one of my professors at SF state. It reads like gay pulp fiction with Henry James-ish dialogue. What was interesting about it to me was its depiction of the gay community in SF at ...