JoeyPinkney.com Book Review Both Sides of the Fence
Another Faze Publishing
2 of 5 Stars
Both Sides of the Fence is a story of a man in transition. As the main character Corey goes from young and carefree to wise and introspective, his immersion in the gay-world deepens. He teaches the reader what he learns in terms of slang, differences between categories of homosexuality and the variety of social gatherings.
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Corey is a young man who was born and raised in New York City by both parents with his father being a pastor. While enjoying his twenties, he’s introduced to The Village and alternative lifestyles.
He struggles with intimacy between him and his girlfriend. Being a victim of molestation as a child plays a part in his sexual preferences. This sends him on a erotic sexual conquest journey in his prime years of his life.
He faces a dilemma that has him stressed and feeling only God can help him. He becomes tired of living his life in pain and deceit. His story will make parents, especially women, pay closer attention to their lover and one’s children.
As Corey reveals the secrets of men who are closeted and some signs to look for… As he tries to straighten out his own secret life that he lives… He struggles wondering if he had never been molested, would he be living his life on Both Sides of the Fence?
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Both sides of the Fence?