David G. Hallman worked in environmental ethics and has written six nonfiction books, including his memoir, August Farewell, in which vignettes from his thirty-three-year relationship with his gay partner are integrated into an intimate chronology of the final two weeks of his partner's life. He lives in Toronto.
Searching for Gilead is an engaging piece of art. It is a poignant work of accompaniment in the search of life and meaning. Read morePublished on June 28, 2013 by enrique brieba
I can't make a review just yet. I haven't finished the book, I had to put it down. It was becoming a little to syrupy, and unbelievable. Read morePublished on April 6, 2013 by winfred cook