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Through the Closet Door Kindle Edition
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At 27, Gregory figures he should be happy. Other men covet his sexy, loving wife. He enjoys his career as a third-grade teacher and their home by the lake.
If only he weren't gay. This coming out story tracks Gregory’s shifting assessment of the choice to live as a straight man.
It’s the tale of one frail human. But Reed lets readers peek into Gregory's wondrously written journal, which is more vibrant than his life. There, we learn of his passion, and can contrast it with his real life. Gregory's confusion is palpable, almost another character.
Most people have a "self" we disavow, though we must own it, we are to live peacefully. Reed writes the universal story of self-realization, packing enormous, angst, growth, and hope in 33 brief pages.
I was awed by Rick's capacity to portray intense psychological turmoil in brief moments, like a swim to the bottom of a pond! And his ending of Through the Closet Door is perfect: Neither sentimental, nor simplified.
I’ve never really liked short stories, but Rick R. Reed may just have made me a convert.
Short, realistic and powerful. I normally don't like short stories but I'm glad I read this one.