Shock TreatmenteBook - 2015
In the 1950's, homosexuality is treated as a disease of the mind... Jessie Fellows was born an outcast, a man no one allows in their lives. Living a life of solitude, music is his only escape. Taunted by more than just his increasing fears, Jessie is faced with demons he can't control and yet they give him inspiration every day. Finally deemed a lunatic by his only surviving family member, he's locked away behind a facade of hatred and loathing in a place he may never return from. His spirit destroyed, Jessie slowly begins to fade into a private hell. One doctor hears his plea and a friendship develops. As both men learn to face their inner demons, a series of tragedies drag them into a sea of nasty accusations. Can true love survive a single decision?.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Seattle, Washington] : Booktrope, 2015.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource (244 pages)
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