The re-issue of a remarkable first novel by a young, gay, black author who has fashioned a deeply moving and compelling coming of age story out of the highly controversial issues of bisexuality and AIDS.
About the Author
E. Lynn Harris (1955-2009) was a "New York Times" bestselling and critically acclaimed author. His twelve novels include "Basketball Jones" and "If This World Were Mine".
Critical Acclaim for Invisible Life:
Selected in Vibe magazine's Fifth Anniversary Edition as one of its favorite books "on race, gender, and rules you must not live without."
"A quick, entertaining and thought-provoking read--This is a compelling story that commands and holds the attention until the final page is turned."
"Black Americans--have been given a rare opportunity with this book to broaden their understanding of lifestyles like or unlike their own. Mr. Harris has stimulated a dialogue within the African-American community, desperately needed for so long, about the complicated issues of sexuality."
"Powerful and vividly told--the story is compelling and leaves the reader wanting more."
--Lambda Book Report