Nominated for the Over The Rainbow Book List by the American Library Association in July 2012
Cowboys, Armageddon and The Truth tells a real hero's journey. Terry proves to be a wonderful model of the sensitive gay man rising up through and out of religious orthodoxy and coming into his own. This book is about the gay hero's journey.
--Toby Johnson, author of Gay Spirituality
''Scott Terry's gritty, colorful account of his church-choked years is insightful and cringe-inducing--a window into the lives of people with a terrible need to confine themselves in rigid little boxes. I shuddered at his predicament, marveled at his resilience, and was heartened by his breakthrough.'' --Will Fellows, author of Farm Boys
''Scott Terry's stirring memoir illustrates the maiming pain that families can inflict on their members, especially the young and powerless, and the many ways that orthodox religion can isolate and warp its believers.'' --Jeff Mann, author of Purgatory
''A lively, affectionate autobiography with messages of inspiration and acceptance.'' --Kirkus Reviews