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Well with My Soul

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Author: Gregory G. Allen

This is a choppy novel that bounces between two brothers, both carrying ongoing resentment toward each other. The gay ultra-good-looking brother, who moves to New York from Tennessee, finds success, but unfortunately contracts AIDS in the early stages of the epidemic in the ’80s. He marries, infects his wife and ultimately his two children, and then becomes a charismatic religious minister of a small church where it is believed that homosexuality is a choice that brings suffering and pain. The “straight” brother comes to terms with his brother’s sexuality as he realizes his brother needs to be true to himself and accept being gay. A challenging read. ASD Publishing ( —Review: Jack Berger


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