Independence Day

Independence Day High school student Michael comes to terms with the fact that he is gay and on July th Independence Day decides to tell his best friend Todd of his true feelings toward him

  • Title: Independence Day
  • Author: B.A. Ecker
  • ISBN: 9780380829903
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • High school student Michael comes to terms with the fact that he is gay, and on July 4th, Independence Day, decides to tell his best friend Todd of his true feelings toward him.

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    1 thought on “Independence Day”

    1. this gem of a coming out novel, circa 1983, came in a recent batch of highly yellowed book donations. poor todd, a closeted eighties teen condemned to really bad yet funny fiction writing. fortunately, it's nice to know that in 1983 there were books that, however poorly written, still managed to offer hope and reassurance to the gay teens who stumbled upon them in the dark crevices of their library or bookstore. the cover is priceless. you can guess the overseas destination this little diamond i [...]

    2. The story of Mike, a New Jersey Junior in high school, who realizes that his feelings for lifelong best friend Todd go far beyond that of mere friendship. This book is interesting on several levels.As a YA coming out story published in 1983, the book stands alone. I've not seen nor heard of anything else at this time period which would have directly addressed the thoughts and concerns of a young man (and, in a pinch, young woman) wrestling with an emerging sense of sexuality, wondering about nor [...]

    3. Just re-read this and saw that there weren't many reviews so I thought I'd step up.This book is a first person account of a young man looking to come out to himself, his family and his friends. Particularly his best friend Todd. The book is earnest and good for the mid 1980's period in which it set. The story doesn't feel all THAT dated except for peoples attitudes towards homosexuality. Reading this again just remined me of how far we've come. Mike is a teen, the middle of three brothers growin [...]

    4. A story of true friendship. Something felt missing, but I can't put my finger on it. We all have had our Todd.

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