"Manhood: The Longest Moan pulses with extraordinary rhythm and seethes with unrelenting passion and pain. Mr. Ross has poetically penned the perfect novel!" --Lee Hayes, Bestselling author of Passion Marks & A Deeper Blue
Get the book, read it and reread it.
In hindsight, reading "Manhood" was very much like reading each of the aforementioned novels in one setting, a testament to the strength of Ross's writing style.
I felt so many emotions reading this & related to each of the 4 guys & felt the pains that they went through just for acknowledgment & for love.
Manhood: The Longest Moan is an excellent expansion of The Long Blue Moan: A Novel. The author presents the reader with four lives and how life, itself, happens to each and every... Read morePublished on August 4, 2012 by Roger C. P. Pollard
I am so disappointed with my purchase of this book..I can't even get past the first chapter because I am so confused. It is all over the place! Read morePublished on April 3, 2012 by E.Tasha
This book will go into my top ten list of books I've ever read. The editing was not the best but L M Ross has a unique and powerful poetic style that I admire. Read morePublished on April 28, 2010 by Greg
A lot of characters(plus the nicknames), too many story lines, too many jumps from here to there...less would have been more. Read morePublished on January 6, 2010 by Sydney Molare'
I come to the table biased, because I read the first version of this masterful work (THE LONG BLUE MOAN) before it was picked up and extended.
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A greatly entertaining book. Others before me have given more
detail about the storylines and characters, so I won't...I'll
just add how much I enjoyed it. Read more
I love I love I love this book. this book pulled me in. I adore the characters. I actually cried when the plane crashed. I loved this book. I have enoyed this author's writing. Read morePublished on March 25, 2009 by Omar A. Marks
I was fortunate enough to read one of the first copies of Ross' book "Manhood" and it was stunningly gritty and emotionally riveting. Read morePublished on March 20, 2009 by Allen A. Peden
I don't think the book is a complete wash-out; it's poorly executed and edited, but under all of this, there was/is a good story there. Read morePublished on February 3, 2009 by Prometheus