Although I am not usually someone to go for nonfiction books and memoirs, I thought that this book was super interesting and very insightful. It was basically a window into the mind of a closeted individual, in a time where the queer community was definitely not as accepted as it is today. To get a perspective from someone who is ashamed to be queer was really impactful, and helped me to realize how far we have come as a community in accepting individuals of different sexualities and gender identities. I thought that everyone's struggles were represented well, including the wife's. It's a hard thing to have to hear that the person who you have been married to no longer is attracted to you, or even others of your same gender. Overall I thought this was a very informative read, and it's important to learn about the perspectives of others.