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Excellent writing with a plot that rings true The novel is set in a fictionalized Vincennes, Indiana since my first professional library job was in Flora, IL, a hour west of Vincennes, and I met my first lover in Vincennes, the story affected me emotionally Highly recommended. This story really touched on some of the hate and terrible things that go on in the world I was enraged by some of the characters and how horribly they acted towards others, but I was also uplifted by how kind and accepting others were It really throws both extremes of human behavior out there and makes you think, How do I want to be treated and treat others I also like the fact that it pulls from real life Sometimes you don t solve a mystery or get revenge against a bully, but you have to This story really touched on some of the hate and terrible things that go on in the world I was enraged by some of the characters and how horribly they acted towards others, but I was also uplifted by how kind and accepting others were It really throws both extremes of human behavior out there and makes you think, How do I want to be treated and treat others I also like the fact that it pulls from real life Sometimes you don t solve a mystery or get revenge against a bully, but you have to keep living for yourself and others That s what I took from this book, and I feel like I can be a better person because of it A poignant debut from Redmond focusing on a gay man s struggle with his own identity growing up in a conservative Midwestern town Recommended for any readers who feel like they can t live a genuine life as themselves. Timely, gripping, fascinating J Patrick Redmond has captured a typical Midwestern small town s atrocities and prejudices toward the LGBT community A journey evocative of our current time and place, depicting an America struggling and flailing between acceptance and resistance of those who dare to be different I was up all night reading this and that s always my highest recommendation. The author is from my hometown, so it was fun to try to figure out the lightly fictionalized places and such. I loved this book I come from a small town in Southern Indiana and Pat has captured the feel of it wonderfully I knew the picturesque somewhat dreamy feel of my hometown, where I was free to ride my bike anywhere, knew all of my neighbors and looked forward to the homemade caramel popcorn balls of Halloween and the gorgeous snowfall in the winter I was so innocent.I remember standing outside the stone jailhouse talking to the inmates and being too naive to know it might not be a good thing to I loved this book I come from a small town in Southern Indiana and Pat has captured the feel of it wonderfully I knew the picturesque somewhat dreamy feel of my hometown, where I was free to ride my bike anywhere, knew all of my neighbors and looked forward to the homemade caramel popcorn balls of Halloween and the gorgeous snowfall in the winter I was so innocent.I remember standing outside the stone jailhouse talking to the inmates and being too naive to know it might not be a good thing to do I hung out at the stockyard for the animals and also the cute guys still not knowing it could be dangerous.Reality came to me on my own street near the railroad tracks as I walked to school A car pulled over and before I could figure out who it was a man stood there with his member out exposing himself to me It shocked me and scared me and happened several times after We never knew who he was although my brother and his friend and my Mom looked for him All of this is to say I still had no idea of the true evil and hatred that lived there.I didn t know that everyone got an opinion and felt free to share it about someone s sexuality or orientation whether they knew them or not I didn t know that people lived in fear and shame and were never able to be themselves I didn t know as a child that some of the loudest harshest voices were the ones also hiding shame and participating in the same things that they ridiculed and judged It made me almost sick at my stomach to read Some Go Hungry because I didn t know how bad it was, I was embarrassed and ashamed that people felt they had any right to disrespect and judge others that harshly.I am so proud of Pat and what he has been able to accomplish with his first novel I m thrilled that he is able to be himself in the place he was born and raised If this touches one sad lost soul struggling to figure life out then I say well done J Patrick Redmond has an authentic voice and his words paint a vivid portrait that immediately draws you in a true storyteller Some Go Hungry is an absorbing book, so much was relatable as I m also from a small midwestern town Much takes place in the family owned restaurant Fried chicken and bus tubs paired with quirky country characters resonated greatly with my own childhood, as did the struggles when coming to terms with orientation while pushing through a wall of shame Searching for a J Patrick Redmond has an authentic voice and his words paint a vivid portrait that immediately draws you in a true storyteller Some Go Hungry is an absorbing book, so much was relatable as I m also from a small midwestern town Much takes place in the family owned restaurant Fried chicken and bus tubs paired with quirky country characters resonated greatly with my own childhood, as did the struggles when coming to terms with orientation while pushing through a wall of shame Searching for a happy, productive and authentic life Something that so many will recognize and everyone strives for A heartfelt,entertaining story of a man who lived but hid who he was and how he felt most of the time.Is that living It is sad the things that make us us and not many people realize it.It is for our protection and personal safety when we can venture out of the box we find out who we are and how wonderful life can be and feel.Grey basically sacrificed his true happiness for his family s business but found that eventually we do find ourselves.