Book by Ford Michael Thomas
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From the critically acclaimed writer comes a highly anticipated first novel that follows the intertwining lives of three men, set against the backdrop of summer-time in the breezy coastal community of Provincetown. The author of over forty books, Michael Thomas Ford has been called "brilliant" by Publishers Weekly and has written award-winning and bestselling books such as Alec Baldwin Doesn't Love Me, That's Mr. Faggot to You, It's Not Mean if it's True, and The Little Book of Neuroses. Now, Michael Thomas Ford turns his pen to fiction in this powerful and moving novel that depicts the lives of three men in Provincetown as they struggle to find love and meaning in their lives. Provincetown--located at the tip of Cape Cod--has long been a haven for gays and lesbians who make the pilgrimage there each summer. With its warm ocean breezes and star filled summer nights, Provincetown always makes the possibility of a future love seem within reach. Annually, Provincetown attracts more gay visitors than Key West and Fire Island combined--but whatever their reasons may be to visit "P-Town, " the gay men and lesbians who flock there each summer always find, and enjoy, a community where their lives take center stage. At the heart of Last Summer are three men--Joshua Felling, Toby Evans, and Reilly Brennan--who each represent the different perspectives and reasons for being in Provincetown, but whose lives intermingle regardless of their different personalities, ages, and backgrounds. At thirty-three, Josh has become tired of his life, leaving his old self behind with the hope of making a fresh start. Toby, who is only nineteen, finds himself moving to Provincetown to seek solace after his familyhas kicked him out of his Midwestern home. Reilly, who has been a lifelong resident, is still unclear about his own sexuality and has long wondered what his fantasies about other men might mean. Everything is about to change when Reilly meets Joshua and the two strike up an odd friendship--that's when Reilly knows, for sure, that he isn't just fantasizing anymore. A stunning debut novel, Michael Thomas Ford's Last Summer is a wondrous story about love and possibility that readers won't soon forget.
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