Running in Bed

Running in Bed

Book - 2012
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The novel tells the story of a young gay advertising executive struggling to find himself and true love in 1970's New York. Author Jeffrey Sharlach paints a picture of life in New York for a gay man at that moment in history. From the streets of Greenwich Village to summers on Fire Island to the dawn of AIDS, Sharlach writes with humor, poignancy, and charm, presenting characters who are universal in their appeal. Running in Bed's incomparable, evocative images will resonate with readers, regardless of their personal.
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Two Harbors Press, c2012
ISBN: 9781937293482
Characteristics: 291 p. ; 22 cm


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NYbookman Aug 16, 2012

This is one of the most touching, and best books I've read on the subject of coming out and the experiences of being a gay man during the AIDS crisis. The prose is beautiful and it's written in a way--PG-rated I would say--that makes it an easy read for anyone, gay or straight, who wants to understand what life was like for this generation in the 1970s and 80s.


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