I’ll See You Again

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They say home is where the heart is. So where do you call home when your heart’s been ripped in two? This is what I kept asking while reading Tell the Wolves I’m Home. Calling a book “heart-wrenching” sounds a little cliche, but that’s how I felt every time I picked it up. It’s a story of AIDS, love, heartbreak, family, growing up, and finding yourself. The classic band Westlife can explain it best:

“I’ll see you again
You never really left
I feel you walk beside me
I know I’ll see you again”

Tell the Wolves I'm Home

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