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.
50 pages matching night in this book
Results 1-3 of 50
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
All-American Boy anyway beautiful become bedroom Bernal Heights Bill Lee bisexual Brian felt Brian found Brian laughed Brian rose Brian took Cleo Club Uranus Coit Tower couch couple cruising Daniel depressed dinner Doug Doug's Edmund Endup enjoy eyes feeling finally going grab guess hair hot tub huge Jeremy Jorge kids kind kitchen knew least Liz's looked lover Lynn minutes morning mother never Nevin night Noe Valley North Beach nude beach okay once Potrero Hill remember Richard Robin romantic San Francisco sexual smiled someone Stacy stared started stay Street struck Brian suddenly talk Telegraph Hill there's things thought Timothy Timothy's tone tonight trying usual voice VW Fox Waddell Creek walked week What's Will's wondered worry young