I consider myself a fairly openmided person but after hearing the books contents I felt that a lot of it was being related as if it were a survey. The manner with which homosexuality was being presented was like reading someones diary. I'm certainly not a prude but the book presented a frank matter-of-fact approach that makes me happy to be hetrosexual. I guess that most of the characters in the book would not have any trouble handling other men in an institution such as prison. Thanks for the insight.
Even though the audio book follows what I have seen in the movie, there are other aspects of her life that are brought into focus with reference to her relationships that are not. I found what I have heard so far to be interesting and informative. Having heard parts 1,2&3, I am looking forward to the upcoming chapters.
I am curious as to how she starts her relationship with Mark Anthony since she has only touched on even recognizing him in the first three parts.
I found the book to be both riviting and interesting until the very end. I did figure out what was in the box about 2/3's down the line because it was kind of obvious. Still, I thought the book and its presentation were well done.
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