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  • What freedoms we take for granted

    Ms Brockmann writes sympathetically and empthetically about members of the gay community and it is obvious from her introduction why this is so. Would that every young man who comes out have as receptive and understanding parents as Jason, and by extension, Jules, has. Jane's determination to make a film about Jack's World War II relationship, and more importantly his discovery that he was in the company of many like-minded young men, is a great demonstration of Ms Brockmann's empathy, as is the story of Cosmo's father. I love the scene where Jules comes to understand Cosmo better. As for Jules, I hope he will get his happy ending, with someone with better morals than Adam's. All in all, this book is a wonderful tribute to the right to free speech and the freedom to be who you truly are, and at the same time another book in the Troubleshooters series that pays tribute to the bravery of the WWII generation.

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