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Really nice job of interpreting traditional fairy tails for those of us who are decidedly untraditional. Lots of humor and many lessons to be had.Published 4 months ago by B to the G
It was an okay book. Was expecting the stories to be set further in the past, but each story was an odd mix of present day and past traditions that didn't mesh well.Published 8 months ago by La
its lovely for all gay men of all ages. wonderful story similar to Disney or good book.
helpful for men, to know you loved and wonderful life lessons.
A great retelling of traditional stories with new ones as well.Published 17 months ago by Jennifer Fuqua
For whatever reason, I have always been enamored with fairy tales. This book (and volume 2) are written in the classical style but for us gay folks (and folks who like great... Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by Brian Eckert
Peter Cashorali is one of the most strikingly original authors I have ever come across. I first became acquainted with his Mark and Ricardo stories in the anthologies,... Read morePublished on March 17, 2014 by Reviewer
I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to people interested in gay fairy tales, very good. I hope you enjoy it too.Published on August 22, 2013 by Mark Gentner
I loved this book - a loving magical book with analogies to the gay journey of coming out, aging, dealing with HIV/AIDS and being different in your own family. Read morePublished on December 13, 2012 by E. Karas