elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Secrecy and Synchronicity by Cherie Battista

Secrecy and Synchronicity

"I enjoy reading about peoples lives and what they went through to get where they are. Bio/Mem books are always fascinating."

Coming of age in Northern England and the Manchester music scene of the 1980s

Secrecy and Synchronicity is Cherie Battista's personal journey along a jagged-edge path, crystallizing hidden truths from her deepest soul. The story, driven by music relevant to the time, weaves through five decades from the early 1960's in Birmingham, England, the Manchester Gay Village, and the gay community of Hebden Bridge. Through her honest and heartfelt prose, Battista captures her emotional struggle to accept her sexuality, develop her psychic ability and clairvoyance, and ultimately find compassion and acceptance of her past.

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