Where the Rainbow Ends written by Jameson Currier can be described to the uninitiated with three words only HEARTFELT, COMPELLING and POWERFUL.
The protagonist of the novel is Robbie Taylor, a romantic at heart and optimistic young man. Plot of this riveting novel is set in 1978 New York City and chronicles the journey of Robbie and his new friend circle. Story of Where the Rainbow Ends spans almost 15 years, an odyssey of a young man�s struggle to reach the path of enlightenment. Readers will experience unabashed gay Manhattan revelry within the pages of the book in which the central character embarks on his quest for family and faith. All throughout his journey, Robbie is tested at every turn by AIDS epidemic dogging his every step working like some modern-day job.
Where the Rainbow Ends is an example of master storytelling where Jameson Currier spells out a magic, which keeps the readers in throes and hooks them until the last page. No wonder this book has received a Lammy nomination and has been on various best seller lists. Readers will travel with Robbie and his group of friends from exuberant, worry free times in Manhattan to accelerated and even tragic maturity. It is a gradual progression from sexually liberated heady days during late 1970s to AIDS-aware cautious moderation, the signature of 1990s. All in all, this is an ardent story which is both poignant and sexy. Robbie, when he comes to Manhattan, is dazzled by the opportunities that seem too good to be true. However, through all this he longs for a lasting, permanent relationship, and this is where his struggle lies.
To the readers, Where the Rainbow Ends is like some powerful monument honouring gay people lost to AIDS and their resilient yet wounded survivors. So buy online and get lost in this moving tale. This paperback edition is published by Shristi Publishersand Distributors with the ISBN-10: 9382665013 and ISBN-13: 978-9382665014.