The Disciples of Goedric: A Trilogy (The Disciples of Goedric Trilogy #1-3)
The Disciples of Goedric Trilogy:
Book I: Gay Gene Rising: (304 pages, 79,260 words)
Etan Reyes Llamas, AKA, Patient G--a frail young man who is plagued by horrific visions is released from the hospital after his rare blood condition leads to the discovery of the gay gene. Within weeks, IFC Pharmaceutic ...more
Then, I thought about it a bit more and I decided that maybe there were others out there not so unlike me and that perhaps my keeping my feelings to myself was a bit selfish.. so here goes. Take it or leave it.
This book was sent to me by a lesbian friend of mine as a kindle gift on Amazon. Sh ...more
Books can entertain, inform and hopefully enthrall the reader. Jeffrey Jude has accomplished ...more
Wonderful read full of intrigue, love, joy, and many other happy things. This put an interesting twist on religion that I find very amusing and some parts seem kinda prophetic. What if the world was on the verge of a gay cure to be followed by a plague...?
This is a very long read in three parts, and I am unable to make it to the end as it stands, it is so desperately in need of serious editing. I can just about take the information overload, after all it can be argued it is relevant to the plot, although it might have been better, ...more
While in Chicago Jeffrey was a volunteer at Gay and Lesbian Horizons serving as as a peer counselor as well as an instructor of gay sensitivity for the Chicago Police Department. He