Nothing Pink

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namelos llc, Sep 9, 2009 - Fiction
5 Reviews
Vincent has always known, deep down inside, that he was gay. He was fine with that. The problem was that his faith told him he was a sinner and damned to hell.
 

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User Review  - chrisriggleman - LibraryThing

This was hard to read even though it was a page turner. To see a young man with the amount of self hate Vincent had was striking to me. The book is set in the late 70's and at that time there was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Desirichter - LibraryThing

Vincent, the teenage son of an evangelical pastor, struggles against his sexual orientation. He falls in love with another adolescent, Robert. Vincent reconciles his homosexuality to his religion (and ... Read full review

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Contents

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7
III
20
IV
31
VI
42
VII
56
IX
69
XI
81
XII
89
XIV
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XV
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Mark Hardy started his career in New York City public schools and currently teaches third grade in North Carolina. He also consults nationally in literacy education. He lives in Raleigh, NC.

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