Hardy s debut novel about the lives of black gay men in New York City is unabashedly and unapologetically written for the African American male Rough, sexy, humorous, and authentic, B Boy Blues is a first rate love story....
|Title||:||B-Boy Blues (A B-Boy Blues Novel #1)|
|Publisher||:||Alyson Books 1st ed edition July 1, 1994|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
|File Size||:||761 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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B-Boy Blues (A B-Boy Blues Novel #1) Reviews
I bought this book over 20 years ago and have kept up with the others in the B-Boy Blues series and I am now rereading the series once more.
Interesting and educational. Excellent character development. Insightful and a little but welcome discomfort of where American society is at - both gay and in general.
classic and a great read!!
It waa great
Amazing and honestly written to educate, entertain, and understand WE REALLY ALL ONE!
This is a very entertaining novel. It is yet another testament that love comes in many packages and who are we to judge. I am just about done with "2nd Time Around" and it's wonderful watching Raheim grow. Can't wait to see how it ends.
Mr. Hardy did a very jood jod for it to be his first novel. As a young gay male going through the same identity crisis as Rahiem was. It kept my attetion and I did not want to put it down. Its not just a book for the Gay, its a book for the people.