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New Brother

   (3 reviews)
Genres: General Fiction
Sub-genres: Coming of Age

David finds out something unexpected about one of his friends when the friend comes to stay.

I would like to express a special thank you to everyone at The MailCrew. The help they have given me with this story has been fantastic. Special kudos go to Aaron for doing a brilliant job of editing. I can thoroughly recommend their website to all teenagers who are gay, lesbian, bi or not sure.

Copyright © 2004 Graeme; All Rights Reserved.

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  • 1. Chapter 1
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  • 2. Chapter 2
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  • 3. Chapter 3
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  • 4. Chapter 4
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  • 12. Chapter 12
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  • 13. Chapter 13
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  • 14. Chapter 14
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  • 15. Chapter 15
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  • 16. Chapter 16
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  • 17. Chapter 17
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  • 18. Chapter 18
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  • 19. Chapter 19
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  • 20. Chapter 20
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  • 21. Chapter 21
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  • 22. Chapter 22
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  • 23. Chapter 23
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  • 24. Chapter 24
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  • 25. Epilogue
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Mancunian

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Brilliantly well written unique story about coming out from the perspective of the 'flawed' best friend, it shows the way society shapes how we think. Heartwarming and tearjerking in parts, annoying and infuriating in others showing how imperfect we all are. A recommended read if ever there was one.

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cognac69

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

A really good and very insightful story that looks at coming out from many different angles. The gay guy coming to terms with being gay and dealing with the different reactions from friends and family, the straight friend coming to terms with his best friend being gay and realising that it hasn't changed the friend or the friendship and how we all may need time to accept and realise it. One strong point is that we all may need time and should always keep the door open for each other and allow ourselves and others to rebuild bridges and friendships when possible. The other and possibly the most important is that acceptance not tolerance is key to it all. The fear of rejection is in-built in us all and is never to made light of.

 

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Brayon

   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

An excellent, and very well written story. You feel bad for the secondary main character, while at the same time, get very aggravated at the main.

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