The Absence of Space and Time by Christopher Sarno

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I woke up in a bed, naked and chilly. A moment or two passed before I could even fully open my eyes. Feeling for the covers, I realized there was someone next to me. The room was not my own. I turned to my side to see my beautiful stranger lying naked beside me, the blanket kicked down below our waistsÂ…It then started to come back to meÂ…

At twenty-two, JustinÂ’s life was just beginning. He was bright, attractive, and gay, but less than enthusiastic about where he was heading. Desperate for a change, he followed a calling that landed him in the industrious city of Atlanta. Soon, his quest for a new self erupts into a fantastic journey of seduction and decadence. Embarked on a passage of self-discovery, Justin would come face to face with the darker elements of the cityÂ’s sex industry, an unforgettable array of eccentric characters that would shape his newfound attitude, and a world of sexual entrapment that may potentially prove his undoing.

Bold, tender, and utterly human, JustinÂ’s journey in search of his identity is a remarkably sensitive tale about how the paths we choose determine the person we become.

 

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Published November 21, 2002 by iUniverse. 236 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Romance. Fiction

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