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Andrew Holleran, a Harvard graduate, is a well-known journalist and frequent contributor to major gay publications. Dancer from the Dance, his first novel, was originally published in 1978 to great critical acclaim. He is also the author of Nights in Aruba, The Beauty of Men, Ground Zero, In the Mirror of Men's Eyes, and In September, the Light Changes.
I chose 4 star because it was an easy read,maybe could have been a bit longer,but well written. Good continuity.Published 7 months ago by lynn m.
I have a strong stomach. And Hollerin doesn't include a lot of graphic descriptions of gay sex. What a way to live!Published 8 months ago by Thomas P. Dengler
This is a wonderful book - a powerful, moving, and insightful take on gay male life in a big, party-loving city a couple of decades ago. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Carol Nicklaus
THIS HAS BEEN A DIFFICULT BOOK TO FIND AND IT IS ONE I HAVE PURCHASED PROBABLY 6 TIMES IN MY LIFE.
I REREAD AND RELISH IN HIS WRITING STYLE AND SALUTE HIS POIGNANT... Read more
It was sorta like being there. If you are gay or know and love a gay, take a chance and send them this book.Published 13 months ago by Brent Kincaid
From GLBT Bookshelf Kit Moss Reviews [...]
In the first few years of the seventies several gay novels were published in the mainstream press. Read more
This book was very entertaining. I kept me interested all throughout. I was drawn in. There were a few place where I got a tad lost and had to go back and reread a bit, but I was... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ricardo De La Torre
I read this book for my Queer Lit class in College. I unfortunately sold it when I returned all of my books and have been looking for it ever since. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Elsa Gustafson
This novel has long been my favourite on the gay experience, recalling a time when gay life was at its zenith: very sexual, underground, very linked to a certain kind of music and... Read morePublished on July 14, 2012 by schumann_bg