Meet Me at the End of the World

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Joey is a lonely, nineteen-year-old living with his mother and brother in a truck stop town after his father's suicide. Life since graduation has been a holding pattern. That is, until he meets Franklin, a young man working at the local grocery. Franklin is everything Joey has wanted in a friend, but what are his intentions? Is their friendship really healthy? More
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About Roman Theodore Brandt

I was born in the wastelands of the American Midwest, and I still live there, much to everyone's regret. I started writing as a teenager as a side effect of what psychologists refer to as the "personal fable." I believed that I was unique, that my personal life story impacted the world, and that the world revolves around me. In my mid-twenties, I picked up writing again because I was sick of reading slosh and tired of having to go back fifty years to find books I actually want to read. I was especially over the only gay literature available in 2008 being soft core porn romance bullshit with jacked, oiled-up porn stars on the covers. I decided that if I wanted to read something that wasn't 500 pages of comma abuse and boners, I'd have to write it myself. So I did. It may not be the best, but it's what I want to read. Thank you for the support, and I hope my writing means something to you as well.

I don't do flashy covers, because a good story speaks beyond the cover. I want my stories to pull readers in by the weight of their contents.

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arlene rosenberg reviewed on on Nov. 5, 2015

I was drawn in by Joey and his life. He was lonely and wanted something else and he found it in Franklin. It was a creepy story but I wanted more, I wanted it to keep going. I enjoyed this and will read Mr Brandt's other books.
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hrhsophia reviewed on on Nov. 6, 2014

A bit confusing but a decent read.
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Cliff Key reviewed on on Nov. 4, 2014

Great storyline. Loved the MC development. The relationship is a bit confusing at times. Good read.
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