Thomas Edwin Berry's LEARNING TO LIE Explores Era of Bigotry and Inequality
Thomas Edwin Berry, a retired professor of Russian language and literature, has completed his new book "Learning to Lie": an adventurous journey that follows an intriguing young man on his quest to discover his true identity.
This book is the story of Tom, a boy who grew up in the era when homophobia was deeply ingrained in American society. Since childhood, Tom was already aware of his sexual orientation and struggled to keep it hidden from everyone including his family?Tom's loving mother reared her children free of gender stereotypes and taught them the value of compassion to those who were considered outcasts in their neighborhood.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Thomas Edwin Berry's powerful tale is a window into a society filled with intolerance where the only way to survive is to learn to lie.
Readers who wish to experience this revealing work can purchase "Learning to Lie" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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