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The Concrete Sky by Marshall Moore
Posted by dav at 2004 March 25 04:00 PM
File under: FinishedReading

Fiction:


The Concrete Sky by Marshall Moore


This is my good friend Marshall's first published novel. It's a thriller/drama sort of thing with a gay protaganist. All fiction books published in the Gay genre have a naked male torso on the cover, that wasn't Marshall's idea. It was a lot of fun for me to to read it and remember conversations from back when when Marshall was researching different parts of the plot/character.


I'm testing a new system for keeping tracks of books I'm currently reading and have finished reading using the moveable type categories.

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