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Anthony Carinhas is an award-winning author with a knack for staying unusually busy. Whether that's being a paralegal from the University of Texas at Austin, teaching creative writing workshops via Airbnb Experiences or clinching a certificate in the Science of Well-Being from Yale University on Coursera, there isn't a challenge he's not willing to confront. He loves cult films, dystopian stories, abstract art, industrial music, and boating whenever possible. He believes sunshine is the best medicine on long road trips because all journeys ease the deepest tensions. His deep love for naturopathic alternatives in health, staying away from television and drinking unfiltered ciders are all activities he's willing to lobby for. Fitness and nutrition are also staples in his everyday life just as much as writing is. As an open-minded individual, he loves unique adventure, all things nostalgic even when trendy, and fierce candid conversation in the hopes of enlightening peoples' lives.
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Neurosis: A Novel
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Overview


After growing up in a traditional and privileged household. Gregory Collins turns defiant against the despotic world that cultivated him. As tensions rise, the family grows callous against the disobedience. But as much as Gregory tries preserving his idyllic life from being unhinged, the escalating odds unite to smother his aspirations.
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Neurosis is a quintessential same-sex story set against the backdrop of affluent Texas society in 2008. The story of Christian and Gregory is one every teen should read, and many parents as well, to hear that being gay doesn't make you anything else but gay. Gregory is a very aware young man looking for his place in a confusing world where his heart and desires clash between two very different cultures. As the story sifts through political, social, and socio-economic issues, the core of the novel is angst and drama sprinkled with tragedy in a realistic coming of age story that will appeal to fans of gay themed literature.

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Overview


After growing up in a traditional and privileged household. Gregory Collins turns defiant against the despotic world that cultivated him. As tensions rise, the family grows callous against the disobedience. But as much as Gregory tries preserving his idyllic life from being unhinged, the escalating odds unite to smother his aspirations.

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Description


Neurosis is a quintessential same-sex story set against the backdrop of affluent Texas society in 2008. The story of Christian and Gregory is one every teen should read, and many parents as well, to hear that being gay doesn't make you anything else but gay. Gregory is a very aware young man looking for his place in a confusing world where his heart and desires clash between two very different cultures. As the story sifts through political, social, and socio-economic issues, the core of the novel is angst and drama sprinkled with tragedy in a realistic coming of age story that will appeal to fans of gay themed literature.

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Book details

Genre:POLITICAL SCIENCE

Subgenre:Political Freedom & Security / Civil Rights

Language:English

Pages:298

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9780692836125


Overview


After growing up in a traditional and privileged household. Gregory Collins turns defiant against the despotic world that cultivated him. As tensions rise, the family grows callous against the disobedience. But as much as Gregory tries preserving his idyllic life from being unhinged, the escalating odds unite to smother his aspirations.

Read more

Description


Neurosis is a quintessential same-sex story set against the backdrop of affluent Texas society in 2008. The story of Christian and Gregory is one every teen should read, and many parents as well, to hear that being gay doesn't make you anything else but gay. Gregory is a very aware young man looking for his place in a confusing world where his heart and desires clash between two very different cultures. As the story sifts through political, social, and socio-economic issues, the core of the novel is angst and drama sprinkled with tragedy in a realistic coming of age story that will appeal to fans of gay themed literature.

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About the author


Anthony Carinhas is an award-winning author with a knack for staying unusually busy. Whether that's being a paralegal from the University of Texas at Austin, teaching creative writing workshops via Airbnb Experiences or clinching a certificate in the Science of Well-Being from Yale University on Coursera, there isn't a challenge he's not willing to confront. He loves cult films, dystopian stories, abstract art, industrial music, and boating whenever possible. He believes sunshine is the best medicine on long road trips because all journeys ease the deepest tensions. His deep love for naturopathic alternatives in health, staying away from television and drinking unfiltered ciders are all activities he's willing to lobby for. Fitness and nutrition are also staples in his everyday life just as much as writing is. As an open-minded individual, he loves unique adventure, all things nostalgic even when trendy, and fierce candid conversation in the hopes of enlightening peoples' lives.

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