All of Us

Author(s): Mary Rawson

Bisexual Fiction

This story, All of Us, follows Jenny and Witi and their friends and lovers from Kaikoura, New Zealand to Melbourne, Australia. Bisexual relationships and identities are explored within Jenny and Witi’s group of friends. When tragedy strikes, all in this group are impacted and all must renegotiate their relationships. This story begins with Jenny at age thirteen, at a crossroads in her life as she tries to make sense of her desire for a boy and a girl. All of Us is both unique in its focus on bisexuality and also universal in its themes of friendship, love and grief. It is about people, the mistakes we make and how we support each other. Mary Rawson has beautifully captured the broad rainbow of human sexuality and friendship with a cast of characters so raw, damaged, and genuine you can't help but love them. Following the many threads of this tangled network of lovers and friends allows wonderful and sometimes painful insight into the glorious highs and crushing lows of a sexually diverse life. —James Dominguez, President of Bisexual Alliance Victoria ‘All of Us’ is poignant and confronting, exploring sexual identity through social and individual acceptance. It is an engaging read, realising the highs and lows of human interaction. —Kristy Berridge, author ‘The Hunted’ This novel is sensitively written and touches on a subject that should be addressed in a more open way. Mary Rawson has taken the step to help those people who are confused and looking for answers. Well done to you Mary, and by the way, that was a mighty good read. —John Morrow’s ‘Pick of The Week’


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Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781921829574
  • : Sid Harta Publishers
  • : Sid Harta Publishers
  • : July 2011
  • : 216mm X 140mm
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Paperback
  • : Mary Rawson
  • : 216