- March 20, 2012 - SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. --
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jeffery Feiner writes, "Mr. Goreski is not the first boy that grew up in some cow town and discovered he was gay—nor will he be the last one. This is a coming of age scenario that has been played out many times in the past and will continue for many years into the future. This time it plays out like a bad version of Desperately Seeking Susan with Mr. Goreski in the starring role. Okay, so he was bullied in school as has almost every child who grew up knowing he or she was gay, yes he did come from a family of some wealth, yes there are striking similarities to that of him being just like Michael Alig and yes he turned into and recovered from being a cokehead.
Mr. Feiner Continues by saying, "So have thousands of others kids and there is apparently not much that makes him special other than being a reality show personality that people, with freakish curiosities, find amusing and appealing".
To read Jeffery Feiner's full review of "Born to Be Brad: My Life and Style So Far" by Brad Goreski visit http://www.nyjournalofbooks.com/review/born-be-brad-my-li...
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