"I hope this is my year - the year when I start making new friends, lose my spots, lose my virginity (and my religion), get decent GCSE results so I can get into the sixth-form, and most importantly, get Patrick Garrison to fall completely in love with me. If I can achieve any of these things then 1995 will be the perfect year." So begins Journals of a Gay Teen, the story of a young man attempting to come to terms with his sexuality and his obsessive love with the popular straight boy at school who doesn't love him back. Navigating his way through exam stress and the fallout of crumbling friendships, he escapes into music, books, and art, while documenting it all in his journals. In his debut fictional memoir, Peter Hartford has captured the pain and alienation of being young and gay in the 1990s and the bittersweet moments of unrequited love.
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|Size: ||571 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781326827199 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|