Retail Simon & Schuster 1994
CS ISBN 0671891812 $17.00 Two cassettes
Mel White takes a stand on his identity. Ghostwriter for Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell and others figures of the religious right, pastor and best-selling author White was rejected by colleagues and friends when he revealed his sexual orientation. He speaks passionately of his pain and anger at the organized campaign of homophobic rhetoric. White tells of his personal history and coming-of-age struggles with clarity and emotion. As an accomplished preacher, he gets his message across and is adept at presenting his compelling perspective. Though his evangelical style is a bit heavy, Mel White's story is of considerable interest. R.F.W. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 94]
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