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Love Ruins Everything Award Winning Writer Karen X Tulchinsky S Debut Novel, Love Ruins Everything Originally Published In By Press Gang , Follows The Adventures Nomi Rabinovitch, A Sweet But Insecure And Bumbling Butch Lesbian As She Recovers From A Broken Heart And Negotiates Her Way Back Into The Dating Scene In San Francisco Summoned Back Home To Toronto To Attend Her Mother S Surprise Second Wedding, Nomi Is Drawn Into The AIDS Activism Of Her Gay, HIV Positive Cousin, Henry And The Girl She Lusts After And Might Grow To Love, Julie Sakamoto As They Battle To Expose Uncomfortable Truths About The Origins Of The Epidemic As In Real Life, Humour, Romance And Tragedy Are Woven Through This Warm, Funny And Thought Provoking Portrayal Of Queer Life At The End Of The Last Century Insomniac Press Is Proud To Present This New Edition For A New Generation Of Readers To Enjoy

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  • Paperback
  • 397 pages
  • Love Ruins Everything
  • Karen X. Tulchinsky
  • English
  • 08 February 2017
  • 9781554830350

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10 thoughts on “Love Ruins Everything

  1. says:

    I m not quite sure what I was expecting when I picked up Karen X Tulchinsky s first novel Love Ruins Everything 2000 , but it certainly wasn t what I imagined Let s get this straight or should I say queer, since if this novel is one thing, it is very, very queer Love Ruins Everything is an unabashedly cheesy novel about lesbian love and gay HIV AIDS activism in the 9os Although, I m still not certain whether Tulchinsky knew it was quite so cheesy at the time that she was writing it I m also not certain how exactly I feel about this novel The problem for me was that it didn t really fit into either one of two categories 1 a full on guilty pleasure, trashy, melodramatic lesbian love story 2 a serious, well written novel about the friendships and connections between gay men and lesbians, and their joint HIV AIDS work See the rest of my review at my blog

  2. says:

    This is an amazing book I cried and laughed and just thoroughly enjoyed it Exceptional writing I initially read the 2nd book first, a year or so ago and when the first book was re released, was able to get it It was so good that I am now re reading the second Thank you Karen Tulchinksy for this awesomely great read

  3. says:

    Touching and kinda fun A bit of a girl meets girl, but against the backdrop of the AIDS crisis, a remarriage, and family issues

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