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Logan is an the only child until his Momma marries George, an industrial mechanic. George also has a son, Tim, who becomes Logan's step-brother. As soon as the wedding is over, the family is relocated and Logan must adapt to a new life with a step-father that hates him because he is gay. After Logan is kicked out of the house, his life takes a turn for the worse as he is f Logan is an the only child until his Momma marries George, an industrial mechanic. George also has a son, Tim, who becomes Logan's step-brother. As soon as the wedding is over, the family is relocated and Logan must adapt to a new life with a step-father that hates him because he is gay. After Logan is kicked out of the house, his life takes a turn for the worse as he is forced to prostitute himself to survive.


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Logan is an the only child until his Momma marries George, an industrial mechanic. George also has a son, Tim, who becomes Logan's step-brother. As soon as the wedding is over, the family is relocated and Logan must adapt to a new life with a step-father that hates him because he is gay. After Logan is kicked out of the house, his life takes a turn for the worse as he is f Logan is an the only child until his Momma marries George, an industrial mechanic. George also has a son, Tim, who becomes Logan's step-brother. As soon as the wedding is over, the family is relocated and Logan must adapt to a new life with a step-father that hates him because he is gay. After Logan is kicked out of the house, his life takes a turn for the worse as he is forced to prostitute himself to survive.

30 review for The Coming Out Series

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    If you're looking for a book as good as The Fault in Our Stars, don't buy this! You'll be disappointed. In fact, the entire series is a terrible disappointment to me. It starts out promising, but if you're looking for a book that delves into the emotions of a young gay teenager, you won't find it here. Book 1 starts out promising and sets you up for the story, but it ends abruptly so it's not even worth buying by itself. By the time you reach Book 3, you have to wonder if the editor just gave up If you're looking for a book as good as The Fault in Our Stars, don't buy this! You'll be disappointed. In fact, the entire series is a terrible disappointment to me. It starts out promising, but if you're looking for a book that delves into the emotions of a young gay teenager, you won't find it here. Book 1 starts out promising and sets you up for the story, but it ends abruptly so it's not even worth buying by itself. By the time you reach Book 3, you have to wonder if the editor just gave up editing the book because there are a TON of mistakes that stick out. The most obvious ones are the character Levi being called by the name Devin, the word and instead of an, in instead of it, etc. etc. etc. I was really looking forward to reading this to gain perspective, but instead I'm left with the question, "what in the world was this?" First of all, you never hear once about Logan's father and you never see him deal with the absence of said father. You never see him reconcile 100% with his mother. His step-father is murdered but you never find out who did it, why they did it, or anything along those lines. During important "family" holidays he completely ignores inviting his step-brother or they barely speak at all even though they are supposed to be close to each other. There's also one extremely graphic sex act which makes me wonder if this book is even appropriate for teens. A lot of violence happens to gay teens on the street but this barely even covered that or went into how horrible it can be. But the most upsetting thing is that Logan never really deals with anything emotionally. You read about it but you don't "feel" it. You don't connect to him. You just get stuck reading this novel that tells you what sorta happens to him and how he sorta feels about it. I think its a story that could have been told better to educate people on the reality of situations Logan was thrust into or help gay teens realize they aren't alone if this happens to them. Instead, the idea of a great novel was written not so great.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Coenraad

    This series of three 'episodes' is surely not written by the John Green of THE FAULT IN OUR STARS fame. Although the narrative is topical (gay son thrown out of home by stepdad, having to build a life and dealing with tragedy), the events plausible and the characters fascinating, the writing is atrocious. It is superficial, unsubtle and too jerky, too easily jumping from one event or emotion to the next. Teachers of writing courses could give their students this story to 'rescue'; editing studen This series of three 'episodes' is surely not written by the John Green of THE FAULT IN OUR STARS fame. Although the narrative is topical (gay son thrown out of home by stepdad, having to build a life and dealing with tragedy), the events plausible and the characters fascinating, the writing is atrocious. It is superficial, unsubtle and too jerky, too easily jumping from one event or emotion to the next. Teachers of writing courses could give their students this story to 'rescue'; editing students would find a lot to do as well. A huge pity: the premise promises so much. Die verhaal van die COMING OUT-reeks is relevant en selfs belangrik: hoe 'n jong gay man, wat die huis belet is deur sy stiefpa, vir hom 'n eie lewe moet opbou. Die skryfstyl is egter uiters swak. Die belowende materiaal en boeiende karakters verdwyn onder die een cliché na die ander, swak sinne, lomp spronge van die een toneel of emosie na die volgende. 'n Vermorsing van 'n goeie geleentheid. Studente van redigering en kreatiewe skryfwerk sal goeie studiemateriaal hier vind.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    A good starting place to read if someone is coming out in your own life, or if you support the LGBTQ community and want to see the kinds of suffering and bullying they endure; even though this one has a happy ending, many do not. Laws don't change certain people's minds, it's more than 50 years since the Civil Rights Laws were passed, and look at all the white cops shooting innocent black people. I hope we soon see a time when people are more open minded, or at least not violent to people who ar A good starting place to read if someone is coming out in your own life, or if you support the LGBTQ community and want to see the kinds of suffering and bullying they endure; even though this one has a happy ending, many do not. Laws don't change certain people's minds, it's more than 50 years since the Civil Rights Laws were passed, and look at all the white cops shooting innocent black people. I hope we soon see a time when people are more open minded, or at least not violent to people who aren't like them. They are the ones who should be punished.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rebeca Alexandre

  5. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kate (Lillytales)

  7. 5 out of 5

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  8. 5 out of 5

    Douglas St Pierre

  9. 4 out of 5

    Al_barcelon

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alison Campbell

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  12. 4 out of 5

    Eddie

  13. 4 out of 5

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  14. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Mc

    Did not finish - terrible

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    Shawn Hartley

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    Donna Madden

  17. 5 out of 5

    Christy

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    Kristen

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ahmed reads

  20. 5 out of 5

    William Sillyman

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    Marly

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    Brian

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    Lauren

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