Revised edition about a middle aged woman who goes about her life alone working as a librarian. Her life changes when befriended by a gay coworker. She falls in love with another woman, discovering the rainbow by admitting her real identity. A story of friendship, caring, and love.
I tried but just couldn't make it through. Had to stop with 2:40 left. Maybe the story is good based on the other reviews, but the narrator was awful. She tried to add other voices to the characters so I thought I might be able to pull through it. Nope. The monotone voice was almost robotic.
I really liked this book. The title I think may put people off from it or the cover but it's definitely a very cute book like others have said about love and friendship and honesty.
There are people that are homophobic but to be honest that's just their insecurities within themselves. This book was amazing and cute.
Narrator did a good job portraying the newness that it was to linda. Great buy!
What did you love best about Coming Out and Discovering the Rainbow?
I loved that it was a book about friendship and finding one's self. I really loved that it wasn't over the top and there weren't any (known or acted out) sexual parts. At first I wasn't sure if I'd be able to get through the book but I def was relieved to hear no explicit scenes.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Coming Out and Discovering the Rainbow?
I loved when Linda found her son.
Which character – as performed by Afton Laidy Zabala-Jordan – was your favorite?
Who was the most memorable character of Coming Out and Discovering the Rainbow and why?