Different People

Different People Ever since high school Cal Hewitt and Eric Hamilton have had a thing for each other But they are so different so opposite neither has had the nerve to do anything about it Over than a decade spanni

  • Title: Different People
  • Author: Orland Outland
  • ISBN: 9781555838263
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ever since high school, Cal Hewitt and Eric Hamilton have had a thing for each other But they are so different, so opposite, neither has had the nerve to do anything about it Over than a decade spanning the late 1980s and the 1990s, life s greatest challenges, victories, and tragedies keep them from ever truly connecting or, alternately, losing touch When two men aEver since high school, Cal Hewitt and Eric Hamilton have had a thing for each other But they are so different, so opposite, neither has had the nerve to do anything about it Over than a decade spanning the late 1980s and the 1990s, life s greatest challenges, victories, and tragedies keep them from ever truly connecting or, alternately, losing touch When two men are this perfect for each other, however, nothing is going to keep them apart if they can only stop hating each other long enough to figure that out.

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    109 thoughts on “Different People

    • I was in the mood for a gay romance and from the first pages this promised to be one of the best I've read in a while. The story starts out in Reagan era Reno. A spunky, single Gaia-type mother has raised a smart, strong, good-looking son with an optimistic and cheery disposition, an honest to goodness nice all-american kid whose been raised on team sports and an environment of acceptance despite his gay leanings. The kid lovingly tolerates mom's liberal leanings with the confidence of the young [...]


    • I really enjoyed many parts of this book. The first two chapters and the scenes with Eric and Cal together are really great. The stories involving Eric's mother's life, Cal's sister, and Cal's drug addiction were not that interesting for me. More time could have been spent on the reunion of both men (which, I thought, was given the short shrift) and less on Cal's drug problems. But watching both men struggle with life was an interesting read. I was impressed with Eric's struggle with his weight [...]


    • I spent a weekend in New York City last spring, during which I went to see the play, "The Last Sunday In June." For those not in the know (which used to include me), the Gay Pride Parade is traditionally held in New York on the last Sunday in June. When I suggested purchasing tickets for the show, my friend Jack asked what the show was about, and then laughed at my response. I remember saying something along the lines of, "If it’s gay-themed, that means it’ll be funny, catty, and depressing [...]


    • The front of this book look like gay porn but it isn't. It is a very well written book about growing up gay in the seventies and all the troubles incurring , including drug addiction. Later on a little sex is included, but no more than any normal book about life. I would have never pick up this book with THAT cover, except that this author was a high school friend of my husband, and my husband having NO gaydar at all, never realized he was gay until later years, when they became friends again on [...]


    • I didn't really care much for this book. I think I didn't really like the writing style. The one thing that I have to give total props for is that it was refreshing to not read the minds of teenagers, but instead adult men. So many LGBT books these days are just over teenage lust and it gets annoying to read. This was a legit book with normal characters that happen to be gay. I did enjoy the progression of their interactions but at times the book just moved way too slow. I thought the author did [...]


    • I have to admit that although I was exceptionally moved by this book and read it faster than most of my reads this year, I also wonder about the reality of the story. I can't add anything more without a lot of spoilers.


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