Can anyone help me find information about this book, please? http://www.google.com.mx/#sclient=psy-ab&hl=es&source=hp&q=donde+estan+los+chicos+william+j.+mann&pbx=1&oq=donde+estan+los+chicos+william+j.+mann&aq=f&aqi=&aql=1&gs_sm=3&gs_upl=9247l12147l1l134
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Oh, I found this! (comment)
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Sorry, but I couldn't find something usefull ;.; (Sniff, sniff. Thank you, though TvT )
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Published: February 11, 2012
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NeonKitsune16|Hobbyist Digital Artist
what r u trying to look for in this book is is something u need?
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Kim-SukLey|Hobbyist General Artist
Yep. I need to read it.
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NeonKitsune16|Hobbyist Digital Artist
ok im guessing its for school um this is what it said on one page

In this sequel to The Men From the Boys, Jeff O'Brien navigates the gay party circuit scene from Provincetown to San Francisco, from Montreal to Palm Springs, in the company of friends, tricks, old loves, and irresistible strangers. Jeff and his on-again, off-again lover Lloyd are both thirtysomething professionals grieving the death of their mentor Javitz. Jeff and his protégé Henry bounce from party to party, finding it easy to forget their grief when they're on the dance floor. Henry's repressed feelings of love for Jeff propel him on a quest to discover his own identity amid the often seedy world of sex for cash. Meanwhile, Lloyd deals with his own grief by rejecting the sex-and-drugs culture and buying a guesthouse in Provincetown with an eccentric widow. A slice of gay life in the 21st century, and a story about the meaning of friendship and the acceptance of self. --From publisher description.
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