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The Bow After the Storm is akin to E Lynn Harri's Invisible Life, where urban gay men struggle to find themselves while...
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Details of The Bow: After the Storm
- Exact title of the book
- The Bow: After the Storm
- Book author
- Jay Tripp
- Book edition
- Kindle Edition
- Number of pages
- 324 pages
- ISBN (ASIN)
- September 30th 2018 by J T Print and Publishing Services, LLC
- File size (in PDF)
- 1296 kB
Some brief overview of book
The Bow After the Storm is akin to E Lynn Harri's Invisible Life, where urban gay men struggle to find themselves while living in a hostile society. In The Bow, a hate-driven homicide on the Harvey State University campus in Maryland sparks a rage of action by a group of students led by Brandon and Tyler, two journalism students who then turn their incitement into a documentary called The Bow After the Storm. Their desire to shine a light on the devastating experiences LGBTQ youth must face in their coming of age causes them to discover some untold truths of their own.
Brandon, who was devastingly put out by his parents when he was 17 and headed for college, goes on a journey with his straight best friend, Tyler, whom he secretly loves. What they discover during the journey will change them both. Their documentary takes them through the homophobic Bible belt states of the Southern United States where they encounter numerous LGBTQ young adults whose experience with hate crimes press upon Brandon and Tyler in such a way that they are forced to deal with their own truths.
Will Brandon be too consumed with his love for Tyler and will Tyler be able to stand it. The bow that comes after a rainstorm symbolizes the color that LGBTQ receive after being closeted in a storm of bullying and rejection. The Bow packs an impactful and heart-tugging punch that leaves you feeling the pain and struggle that LGBTQ youth face when coming to terms with their sexual and spiritual identities.