Something Like Autumn

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
For some, love seems an impossible dream. Growing up gay in small-town Missouri, Jace Holden thought his chance would never come. When he meets Victor—a wild soul and fellow outsider—his chances of finding love go from bleak to a very uncertain maybe. Bracing his heart, Jace chases after his desire, hoping for a warm hand to hold his tight. More

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About Jay Bell

Jay Bell led a quiet life in Kansas until the day he met a handsome foreign exchange student named Andreas who swept him off his feet and carried him all the way to Germany. Much to their delight, marriage awaited them when they got there. While living so distant from friends and family, Jay began writing in an effort to reconcile the mixture of devotion and alienation he felt. This resulted in a Lambda Literary Award and a film option for his best-selling novel Something Like Summer. Jay and Andreas have since relocated to Chicago where their adventures continue, as do those of the characters in their emotionally driven Something Like… series. Jay pens the stories and Andreas provides the cover art, making them books about love, forged by love.

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Reviews

Review by: Bart, Sr on June 25, 2013 :
After reading Something Like Summer and Somethink like Winter I wanted to read the story of Jace. I thought I new what was coming but the story was totaly separate in the beginning. Even after reading the known end I had tears. THANKS!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: technological on June 11, 2013 :
After "Something like summer" (which will be a film !) and "Something like winter", this book shows us the world through Jace's eyes. Over half of the books shows us Jace growing up, before meeting Ben, while the rest takes us into more familiar territory, reliving the events also described in "Something like summer".

Don't be fooled, even though you know what's going to happen, the perspective is fresh, and really adds to what we've already learned. Even knowing how things will eventually end did not really prepare me for the emotions it finally brought. I found this the most tear-inducing perspective so far.

I guess you could read this even without having read the preceding volumes, but I wouldn't...

Jay : thanks for this ! I'm looking forward to "Something like spring"
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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