Awesome Justice Straight A student Austin Justice is only four weeks away from graduating high school But after being outed as gay he s harassed by his classmates When he s suspended from school for fighting back

  • Title: Awesome Justice
  • Author: Patricia O'Sullivan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Straight A student, Austin Justice, is only four weeks away from graduating high school But after being outed as gay, he s harassed by his classmates When he s suspended from school for fighting back, Austin has had enough He goes to live with his sister, a college student working in a summer theater program Pulled into the world of dark theaters, dingy costume shops,Straight A student, Austin Justice, is only four weeks away from graduating high school But after being outed as gay, he s harassed by his classmates When he s suspended from school for fighting back, Austin has had enough He goes to live with his sister, a college student working in a summer theater program Pulled into the world of dark theaters, dingy costume shops, and free thinking actors, Austin realizes that his whole life has been a dull performance For the first time, he lives life unscripted, allowing himself to follow his heart and learning that love can overcome fear even in the most difficult circumstances.

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    One thought on “Awesome Justice”

    1. So glad that this book was recommended to me. It was wonderful. Awesome is Awesome. Beautiful story well written.

    2. I was honored to work with Patti on a developmental edit, a copyedit, and in designing the book's cover. Patti's fans know her as an author of historical fiction, but here she branches out into a new genre with a subject close to her heart: the clash of homosexuality and Christianity, specifically in the Deep South. Awesome Justice is a young adult novel focusing on the themes of tolerance and acceptance, or the lack thereof; what it means to be family, friends, and lovers; and having the courag [...]

    3. AWESOME JUSTICE - BY PATRICIA O'SULLIVANA beautiful story that enlightens the public about a young teenager who is gay and how he copes emotionally with his parents, classmates, school and his social life. I feel this subject touches a nerve with people and they will do everything to try to "erase" the gay/lesbian community from society. You can't erase the gay from those that are born with it no more than you can erase the color of a person's skin. We as a society have a responsibility to stand [...]

    4. This is a great and touching story and beautifully written. So easily it problematize some of the issues confronting anyone who is outside the norm. But so easily too, it shows that there is no norm. We are all awash in a sea of diversity. In the one day, they eat pizza and hummus, greet in Sanskrit and English, bow down to God and to the gods, like boys, like girls. Difference really is the only thing that is interesting in humanity. I wish I'd known Austin and Sean when I was young.

    5. This book is magnificent. I work (& play) with the author, Patti O'Sullivan. Patti is one of the most intelligent, witty, compassionate, humble, diplomatic (in a good way), creatures that I've ever known. And on top of all thatdamn, she is one hell of a writer!

    6. 3.5* I enjoyed this book and was glad to see Austin was able to reconcile his Faith with being gay. I personally do not believe it has to be one or the other. However I do have concerns about his relationship with Sean and would love to read a follow up that will hopefully show Sean healing more and not using violence against Austin.

    7. Incredibly touching and enlightening! Wonderfully and perceptively executed! I am overwhelmed by the beauty of this story! I could not put it down and I was disappointed when it ended. I laughed, cried, and cheered as Austin found his way through his coming out against bigotry and hate. I recommend this book to anyone who wants a better understanding of how Christianity and sexual orientation are inclusive.

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