Gay is Good: The Life and Letters of Gay Rights Pioneer Franklin Kameny
edited by Michael G. Long
What rating would you give it?
DNF, so no star rating this time
What did you think of the book?
I didn’t know what to expect with this book. It certainly wasn’t what I got. It’s not that I didn’t like it. I just wasn’t very interested in the content matter. Some of it was rather amusing and frank in its opinions, even enlightening at times (since there was a lot I didn’t know about this guy and I’m sure most readers wouldn’t know either) but mostly I was just bored. I think it’s because I’m not particularly a fan of biographies and such unless they’re done differently from the rest.
For that reason, I won’t give a star rating, since I didn’t finished reading it.
Would you recommend this book?
Ehh, since I stopped halfway, I won’t say. I think it’s an important piece and would probably do very well at university as a reference or study text. I might recommend it only if someone asked.
Reviewed by AMS (amomentsilence)
|Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Publication Date: November 2014
Format: eBook, ARC
Genre: Memoirs & Biographies,
QUILTBAG / LGBTQUI, History
Reviewer: AMS (amomentsilence)
Source: Provided by NetGalley
Challenge: 2014 Good Reads Reading Challenge (100)
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