Editors' Notes: "There aren't too many books where I find myself engrossed in the writing itself, regardless of the story. The depth, the phrasing, the intensity of feeling are all so compelling, particularly toward the end where the 'revelation' has finally reached you and you come full circle. You're in a league with, in my opinion, a rare breed of writers who live outside the wire, with a raw quality that strips life bare for the rest of us who don't have the courage to do the same." Promising to be among the best LGBTQ literature of our time, Borderless is a beautiful five-year memoir, unconventional in both style and story, of many interlaced stories that detail the struggles against society and its constructs, explore the concept of borders and what binds us, and how the micro mirrors the macro. Jackie runs away at a young age and gets married to a man. Realizing she is gay at 24, she is left married for a year without knowing where he is. What ensues after is a story you will be sure to remember.
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|Size: ||395 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781329598034 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|