Monday, March 12, 2012

Peter Dubé on The Heart’s History

Here’s the latest advance review of The Heart’s History, by the brilliant Peter Dubé, author of Subtle Bodies and Hovering World. This one really touches my heart:

In The Heart’s History Lewis DeSimone gives us a profoundly moving story about reaching out and pulling back, about intimacy and mystery, written in shapely and nuanced prose. Even better, it also reminds us of important truths about life, gay and otherwise: that time changes everything, that love changes shape, and that friendship can change a world, if we let it. That makes it a book to read closely, with tenderness … and repeatedly.


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