The author of "Clara's Heart" crafts a vivid mosaic of the passions and pressures of gay life in New York City as two men find their all-consuming affair threatened by the cynicism of mutual friends and memories of lost love, all falling under the shadow of AIDS. Nominated for the Lambda Award.
What people are saying - Write a review
NIGHTSWIMMERUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Olshan (The Waterline, 1989, etc.) has written a beautiful and flawed novel about two gay men learning to trust again. One night, when Will Kaplan was living in Southern California, he and his lover ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Johnny1978 - LibraryThing
My older brother handed me this book when I was 17: since then I've thought of it often. It is beautifully written, sad and comic. It has one of the most perfect last lines, I have ever read. It's a novel about love, obsession and mourning. Read full review