The Voyeur Paperback – Apr 1 2007
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Into this mix comes twenty-seven-year old graduate student Jason Green, an idealistic sex researcher and educator who has entered the AIDS field hoping for a friendly gay environment to work in, free from the restrictions of suburbs. Up until recently his medical school's psychology department has concentrated on inner-city AIDS victims, the homeless, women, and minorities because it seemed to be where the epidemic was heading.
But one night when Jason is mugged, the resulting newspaper article enables his boss Shelly to finance a new study for gay men. Commissioned by the National Institute of Health, Jason is put in charge of researching a program aimed at interviewing these men, especially those who are HIV positive. Jason, of course, is overwhelmed as its long been a dream of his that Shelley would eventually get a gay sex research project of this type off the ground.
From the start, however, the project is rife with difficulties, for how can they get men to talk about their most intimate sexual experiences? And furthermore, how can they get these men to disclose their true serostatus? Shelly decides that they must go to where people are having sex and give out the number for the project.Read more ›
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This novel takes you on a voyage of discovery not only about the main character, but allows insight, perhaps, into your own life. This is not only just a well done, insightful piece of fiction, but is practical and almost inspirational. So many times the endings of novels are forced and unreal. This one was not.
As a published author, with two novels currently in print, I tend to criticize various writings for their shortcomings, however there are none here. This novel takes you on a voyage of discovery, and one that needs to be read. You will appreciate that you did, and if you don't....you will miss out and something new, original and most different. (Actually, the sausage scene alone is worth the price of the book.)
So try it! You'll like it!