Set in San Francisco and North Carolina, the linked stories in Damn Love introduce us to characters struggling with love in all its complicated forms, including a young doctor getting over a breakup with the help of a patient, a newly married gay man who reconnects with his estranged mother, a trio of physicists caught in a surprising love triangle, and a soldier who takes secrets with her to the Iraqi desert. Together, these stories report out from the fault lines of American life, uncertain territory where identity, risk, and desire co-mingle, and where reconciliation can be found in even the most flawed efforts to connect.
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Very powerful listen!
Powerful, Real, Raw
In can not compare this book....it is very intense...
I have not, but they were all exceptional....
This whole book moved me...but I think Keisha's story was one of the saddest....
** I was given a free copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review **
I was enthralled in this story from chapter one....This book has many voices and the stories all tie into each other in one way or another...most of these characters are gay/lesbian and have struggled with acceptance by either society or there families....I can not break this down per character because all there voices are very powerful and basically stand as one almost! This story shows how life and love can be cruel at times and finding happiness is hard...but if you can find the freedom to be yourself..you need to take it! This story also deals with addiction and how it destroys families and with the first discovery of the aids virus and how that affected the lgbt community....as the title states Damn Love! It is also crule and hateful sometimes too....VERY POWERFUL LISTEN!
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I found this book to be much better than I anticipated.I loved it!Set in two cities at opposite ends of the USA,it tell the stories of many people intertwining their stories and then heading off into each characters path.Narrated by eight different narrators,the weave is mesmerizing.It's a tale of families and love, won and lost.I would love to hear more of these peoples stories."I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast or MalarHouse dot com"