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For My Brothers reviewed by Prism Book Alliance

“Honestly, my expectations prior to reading For My Brothers were that it would be morbid and depressing. All told, I think it balances the depressing with the humorous well. Mr. Abramson is remarkably candid in these tales. His candor provides a realistic look at the impact HIV/AIDS had on the gay community of San Francisco from his personal experiences on the front lines. Quite a few of the recollections are funny as hell! To be perfectly honest, I’m not sure what I sure be more impressed by, the fact that he had the balls to admit to some of this and put it out there in print for all the world to see and judge, or the fact that he can remember this stuff at all.”

“I applaud Mr. Abramson for giving of himself. It must’ve been an excruciating experience to write parts of For My Brothers. I hope it was cathartic for him and I’d like to say a heartfelt, Thank you for writing it.” —- Optimist ♰King’s Wench♰ from Prism Book Alliance

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1 Comment

  1. Mark Abramson

    My favorite line:
    “To be perfectly honest, I’m not sure what I sure be more impressed by, the fact that he had the balls to admit to some of this and put it out there in print for all the world to see and judge, or the fact that he can remember this stuff at all.”

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