A Push and a Shove
Tortured by memories of being bullied at school, Ben Reilly sets out to put his demons to rest. Terrence O'Connell, the beautiful boy who tormented him, is now a successful writer in Manhattan, but he is also a man seeking out his own identity. As Ben and Terrence form an unlikely friendship, hidden motives and long-kept secrets bubble to the surface. A Push and a Shove is a chilling depiction of the once-victim who unwittingly becomes the bully.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - blakefraina - LibraryThing
Christopher Kelly’s A Push and a Shove is my favorite kind of novel. One with a multi-faceted and difficult gay protagonist, a complex plot and a universal theme. In other words, this is not a “gay ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Kassilem - LibraryThing
Ben's past is tragically classic, bullied for being gay. But Ben is in love with his bully. There's something to it, I know, but I can't remember its name. Sometime's while reading this book, I ... Read full review