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03 September 2005

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nathans

yes he does... is he married???

Rob

It sounds very interesting. I am reading the chapter.

Derrick

Thanks. Never heard of this guy, I will look into it. Are there many Black gays in Bahamas and Britain?

Zipper

the language of the chapter is a bit cliched but props to bro for putting the book out there

scott

i am from the bermudas, and can relate to some of this. sometimes i get tired of reading about gay men in nyc and los angeles, there is a very big world. thank you!

Yanko

Thx for informing me about this book...I live in the Bahamas and haven't heard of it!!! Also, to Miss Teen Bahamas...You Go Girl!!! I support and admire you and the courage you showed that many of us who are twice and three times your age would never have the strength to do!!! Way to go!

Ricardo

I think the book is great just like the author. He has brought home a lot of the gay scene in the Bahamas. I am certain that this book speaks above the lives of many of us Bahamians and West Indians. Finally our story is being told.

Harry

I read this book and it was a page turner. I could not put it down. This book took you on a emotional roller coaster ride,it made you laughed and I cry! You get so lost in the three lives that you forget about your own issue's. Wonderful job Mr. Forbes!!!!! Keep them coming!

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