It presents to the reader the sultry and confusing world of the New York City gay scene where nobody really ever has a boyfriend. The line between friendship and committed relationship is very hazy in this world and clearly part of what the author saw as book-worthy material.
This book is interesting because the stories contained within actually happened . . . all that has been changed are some names and places. It shows us that the New York City gay scene, vicious and unforgiving as it may be, is full of real people who, just like anyone else, are looking for a real connection of any sort.
I would recommend this book to anybody who is interested in contemporary American culture. And it would be a good read for anyone looking for a fast paced, exciting nonfiction book."