Spontaneous Combustion

Paperback | November 1, 1992

byDavid B. Feinberg

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“A funny, often moving book about being single, Jewish, gay, and HIV-positive . . . both urgent and convincing.”—The New York Times Book Review
 
In this sequel to David Feinberg’s national bestseller Eighty-Sixed, B.J. Rosenthal navigates life with an HIV-positive diagnosis amidst the “constant tide of deaths” in New York City during the AIDS crisis.

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B.J. Rosenthal--the dishy, neurotic, horny, cranky, and adamantly gay hero of Feinberg's Eighty-Sixed--is resurrected in this harrowing and insightful novel about AIDS and enduring with dignity and humor in a world that seems bent on stripping him of both.--The Advocate

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“A funny, often moving book about being single, Jewish, gay, and HIV-positive . . . both urgent and convincing.”—The New York Times Book Review   In this sequel to David Feinberg’s national bestseller Eighty-Sixed, B.J. Rosenthal navigates life with an HIV-positive diagnosis amidst the “constant tide of deaths” in New York City during ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.38 × 5.39 × 0.57 inPublished:November 1, 1992Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140148620

ISBN - 13:9780140148626

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B.J. Rosenthal--the dishy, neurotic, horny, cranky, and adamantly gay hero of Feinberg's Eighty-Sixed--is resurrected in this harrowing and insightful novel about AIDS and enduring with dignity and humor in a world that seems bent on stripping him of both.--The Advocate