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Halfway Home Weakened By AIDS, Artist Tom Shaheen Retreats To A Remote California Beach To Come To Terms With His Illness And His Life, Until His Estranged Brother, Brian, Comes Back Into His Life, And, After Years Of Resentment, They Build A New Relationship And Become A Family Reprint 14,000 First Printing.


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10 thoughts on “Halfway Home

  1. says:

    Home is the place you get to, not the place you came from Well this was brilliant But I am not surprised because it was written by a man who lived a courageous and brilliant life A champion This book for me is the best of Paul Monette s writing that I have read so far It is even better than his memoirs because the writing and experiences from his memoirs can be found here in the lives of his very real


  2. says:

    I remembered enjoying this book when it was published in 1991 and now, 18 years later, I enjoyed it again AIDS affected author Monette s life brutally, annihilating his friends and lovers and eventually himself he died in 1995 That first hand sense of being on the front lines of the crisis rings through quite clearly It s not a perfect novel, by any means, and there ...


  3. says:

    I love the way Paul Monette writes wrote and am so happy to learn I haven t read everything in his body of work I happened to run across this copy of Halfway Home in a small book art shop in Hood River, Oregon last week, and am so glad I did This novel is extremely well put together, telling the story of a brother, Tom, a very funny guy coping with AIDS while also wrestling with childhood memories of family violence at


  4. says:

    Halfway Home by Paul MonetteIt s 1991 and Thomas Francis Shaheen Tom is living with Kaposi Sarcoma, a lethal complication at the time from HIV AIDS He has retired to die at the beach house owned by Graham Cole Baldwin Gray of the Baldwin family who owned most of California from Malibu to Santa Monica There Tom meets Mona McMahon Mona and alongside Gray, they become a family.Growing up as a child, Tom was abused by his father an.


  5. says:

    Well alright It normally takes me some time to get into a book and start enjoying it but here the effect was immediate.Paul Monette s writing is amazing There d be words amassed together and it s raw beauty It doesn t even feel forced It s not like there s a strain to make it poetic or anything The imagerie Monette brought was effortless.I don t know if it s bc the weather is cooling down here but this book s description of the shore and


  6. says:

    Really lesser Monette, alas His fiction is often less compelling than his memoirs and reality based writing This tells the story of two brothers, one seriously ill with AIDS, the other in trouble with federal agents over tax evasion, and how they both end up, with loved ones and various friends, in a slightly decrepit seaside mansion in Malibu Storms and sexual intrigue, the rock star next door, drag performance art it sof a gay soap opera than t


  7. says:

    This is the first book by Monette that I ve read the plot was a bit contrived in places, but the characters were so clear and engaging that I found it a wonderful read Tom is a wonderful ambassador from the nightmare land of the early years of AIDS scared, defiant, cocky, sweet It s easy to leave those years in the past, when ignorance and isolation left so man...


  8. says:

    its rely a nice book u actually get to know d life style of troubled children dt how their lives r affectd by tragedies..though d end is an incmplete puzzle which leaves u to decide how a happy endin u want


  9. says:

    More beautiful writing from Monette Even though the plot line gets a little soap opera reaching fantastical, Monette s careful thinking and courageous voices rings clear One of the final lines Home is the place you get to, not the place you ve been.


  10. says:

    I enjoy reading anything by Paul Monette He represents to me many of the lost voices of my generation who have died of AIDS Over 25 years has passed since being diagnosed with AIDS was a death sentence and reading his works brings back the heartache and heroism of that era.


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