The forbidden love between Caleb and Tristan throws them in a tornado of heartbreak and loss nevertheless they find each other repeatedly as the disasters of the century unfold In the Roaring Twenties young farmer s son Caleb Milton flees his hometown and comes to New York City where he meets the flamboyant salesman Tristan Somersmoore They begin a passionate affair, but as time goes by, their long term off and on relationship is under constant threat The judgment of society, their own sexual insecurities and the crushing waves of history make it nearly impossible to find happiness As they experience the Great Depression, the trauma of the Second World War, and the Cold War era, can Caleb and Tristan finally find a place for their love A Century Divided tells a not so average family and love story in the likes of Hanya Yanagihara, Andr Aciman and David Leavitt....
|Title||:||A Century Divided|
|Number of Pages||:||191 Pages|
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A Century Divided Reviews
This story hooked me from its beginning when we meet Caleb, in New York City at the height of indulgence during the roaring twenties. I was pleasantly taken aback by the stunning, clear imagery and stylish dialogue of the era which served as the backdrop for the two main characters to fall quickly and passionately in love. Throughout the novel the two are most definitely given realistic, heartbreaking challenges faced by same sex couples in the first half of the twentieth century. During their struggles we see how deeply flawed they are, the issues they’re confronted with are so very real and relatable. They find themselves separated throughout the story due to devastating circumstances which are full to the brim with ache and angst. Yet it is their triumphant, unwavering, and timeless love which repeatedly brings them back home to each other, that captured my heart. I love the details the author has provided of New York City’s evolving dialogue, industrial and architectural development, and revolutionary culture as the story moves through each decade. This novel feels true to New York City, justly represents and honors battles hard fought and won by the LGBT community of previous decades, and accurately depicts the difficulties and triumphs of two men irrevocably in love.
This author has wonderful potential. I hope to read more from them in the future.