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Reece Manley, May 13, 2010 - 474 pages
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All Gays Go to Heaven is the memoir of Reece Manley's life challenges, life affirmations and insights on the fact that All Gays Go to Heaven.
 

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Contents

Chapter Twenty Three Back to the Chris Thing
189
Chapter Twenty Four Love and Loss
198
Chapter Twenty Five The Other Battle
204
Chapter Twenty Seven Getting Angry
238
Chapter Twenty Eight It Comes to Blows
253
Chapter Thirty Life After Chris and Onto Tech
279
Chapter Thirty One The Infamous Table Accident
294
Chapter Thirty Three The Lubbock Solution
314

Chapter Eleven A Palace in the Clouds
80
Chapter Twelve The Making of Dr Manley
87
Chapter Thirteen You Give Love a Bad Name
97
Chapter Fourteen International Pain Clinic
111
Chapter Fifteen Chris and Green Eyes
118
Chapter Sixteen A Midnight Ride
131
Chapter Seventeen Captains Command
137
Chapter Twenty Jeffrey and the McDonalds Moment
154
Chapter Twenty One Making the Grade
162
Chapter Twenty Two Captain and Chris
178
Chapter Thirty Five The Good Life
331
Chapter Thirty Seven Spinal Cord Stimulator v 3 0
355
Chapter Forty The ER Again
372
Part Three
388
Chapter Forty Five Back to Life Back to Reality
413
Chapter Forty Eight The Long Arm of the Law
429
Chapter Fifty One Nuthouse Room for one
437
Chapter Fifty Three Waking Up Crazy
450
Chapter Fifty Eight Transitioning to Real Life
464
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Reece Manley has been counseling and consulting for 15 years. He has multiple advanced degrees in counseling, Divinity, human development and psychology.Reece has published two previous works, Crossing Twice and Spirit Thinking, both of which were inspired by his death journey during a five month hospitalization.Reece is active in the GLBT community, is an established spirituality expert and an avid writer.Reece resides in Addison, Texas. He is a disabled person but has live in help in the foirm of his mom, Treva and Roxie, his English bulldog.

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