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"New York is famous for its literary movements...[and] the Facebook generation has produced a number of unlikely breakout stars, including Justin Luke Zirilli." --Advocate.com
"[Zirilli] manages to give his characters depth, fluidity, composition, posture, and sets them all in a background that is believable and vivid. Above all, I didn't want to put the book down." --Garrett Frechette, Examiner.com
"There is a lot of observational humor...in this coming of age story. Good stuff." --Guerillabookworm.com
"Your beach bag isn't complete without this debut novel...comically divided into four 'rounds' that might also serve to remind you it's time to apply more sunscreen." --Donalevan Maines, Out Smart magazine
Justin Luke Zirilli is the co-director and head promoter of BoiParty.com, a New York-based gay nightlife events company. He and his business partner, Alan Picus, throw weekly dance parties around New York City, and larger events across the United States. In addition to event planning, Justin feeds his addiction to social media as the creator of Gorgeous, Gay and Twenty-Something, a private international Facebook group, as the New York correspondent of the national gay talk show, The Swish Edition, and by moonlighting as a social media and new business consultant. When he isn’t glued to his computer screen, or traversing NYC’s gay party scene, he spends his time in Hell’s Kitchen, playing PlayStation and watching The West Wing with his boyfriend, Mash-up Mastermind DJ JoeRedHead. Gulliver Takes Manhattan is his first book.
Genuinly trash. Poorly written, with the most amazingly superficial content and storyline.
The only way it can be distributed is free.
Would've gotten five stars if the cover didnt have such oobvious blemishes nothing too serious though I like my books to look new when ever they can. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeff
A very intriguing story of one young mans journey. Full of twists and turns, friendships and enemies, bad choices and wonderful experiences.Published 12 months ago by Satyr69
Absolutely loved this book. It was a great read while on the beach. Fun to follow Gulliver's ups and downs and made me yearn for the city and see if I could make it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by c0r3ydav1d
I did the audio along with this book and the narrator did such a great job at bring this book to life. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Oceandreamer27
This is the story of 20 year old-something gay men living a Bacchalian lifestyle in Manhattan. The story is somewhat interesting and the characters are decently developed. Read morePublished 13 months ago by scad
This story is filled with so many references of gay New York that anyone who lives here or has lived here for even a short while can relate too. Read morePublished 14 months ago by James