Gabriel by Marten Weber

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Marten Weber’s Gabriel is a complex tale of innocence lost and love won. Against the backdrop of a rising China, we witness culture shock and racism, cruelty and greed, while also gaining a fascinating insight into the world of diplomacy and big business. Overwhelmed by the world around them, two men lose everything they believe in, in order to find each other.

This fantastic tale of a modern-day angel is a parable of human avarice and selfishness, a political thriller, a story of self-discovery, but ultimately, a simple love story.

About Marten Weber

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Marten Weber is the author of the acclaimed 2010 novel Shayno, the erotically charged tale of a doomed straight-gay friendship between expats in California. His is widely known for the creation of Benedetto Casanova, a fictional gay brother to the 18th century womanizer.
Published December 4, 2011 by Aquarius Publishing. 416 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Non-fiction

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