Abnormal Lives

Abnormal Lives

A Novel

Book - 2011
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Two lonely cousins make their own way in the world when everyone else abandons them. "C"ousins Simone and Stefan are forced to prostitute themselves to make ends meet. Stefan is disowned by his father, rejected by his peers and family, and bullied because of his sexuality until he finally gains the courage to stand up for himself. Sadly, his boyfriend is simply using him for money and romancing women on the side. Simone has a hard time making friends, and the only friends she has are cross-dressers. All they have is each other. Their friendship is the one thing that makes them feel invincible against the hatred toward them. But when everyone is dishonest about their indiscretions, friendships fall apart. "Abnormal Lives "takes readers from the despair of a life of crime to the hope and redemption of spirituality and love.
Publisher: Largo, MD : Strebor Books, 2011
Edition: First Strebor trade paperback edition
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9781593093822
Branch Call Number: RAE
Characteristics: 334 pages ; 18 cm


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mjsn Jul 20, 2012

This book is about two cousins, Simone and Stefan, who who were both abandoned by their parents at an early age. They were left to be raised by their grandmother and once she died, they turned to a life of prostitution for lack of a better way to care for themselves. Along the way of their growing up, they crossed plenty of people and it eventually came back at them. One was killed and one was sentenced to prison. But the way the book ended, there will definitely be another part.


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