Jude in Chains

Jude in Chains Hoping further to expose the fallacy of reparative therapy for non heterosexuals writer Misha Tzerko enrolls in a weeklong program at the Stronger Wings Camp and Conference Center He s already lost a

  • Title: Jude in Chains
  • Author: K.Z. Snow
  • ISBN: 9781615814213
  • Page: 376
  • Format: ebook
  • Hoping further to expose the fallacy of reparative therapy for non heterosexuals, writer Misha Tzerko enrolls in a weeklong program at the Stronger Wings Camp and Conference Center He s already lost a long term boyfriend to the ex gay movement Robbie abandoned him for a straight life complete with wife and for his own closure as well as his job at Options magazine, MishHoping further to expose the fallacy of reparative therapy for non heterosexuals, writer Misha Tzerko enrolls in a weeklong program at the Stronger Wings Camp and Conference Center He s already lost a long term boyfriend to the ex gay movement Robbie abandoned him for a straight life complete with wife and for his own closure as well as his job at Options magazine, Misha intends to get an inside look at the ministry established by C Everett Hammer III Misha is shocked and dismayed to find someone else from his past at Stronger Wings, a man with whom he shared two brief but captivating encounters He knows he can t save everyone in the program, but he s determined to save Jude Stone no matter what it takes.

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    • A must read and I'm sending out a few spoilers here for a sec. Basically Jude being in chains is like Jude is attending this camp to make him 'straight' restricting him from his 'wanton' desires to be with men and try to make him hetero. Which in my opinion is nothing but hogwash brainwashing. Misha recognizes Jude from before while he's there posing as a straight man/journalist to bust the story wide open and get insight as a journalist into this anti gay cult for an article/expose in his magaz [...]


    • Misha is in his mid twenties when he meets Jude at a coworker’s wedding. They hit it off but things do not work out for them. Jude’s having issues with self-acceptance and has overbearing parents who are not keen on the idea that their son is gay.Several years later, Misha is devastated when his boyfriend of three years, Robbie, leaves him and checks into a reparative therapy program for “ex-gays”. Misha works as a reporter for prestigious magazine, and they want to do an expose article [...]


    • THE BLURBHoping further to expose the fallacy of “reparative therapy” for non-heterosexuals, writer Misha Tzerko enrolls in a weeklong program at the Stronger Wings Camp and Conference Center. He’s already lost a long-term boyfriend to the ex-gay movement—Robbie abandoned him for a straight life complete with wife—and for his own closure as well as his job at Options magazine, Misha intends to get an inside look at the ministry established by C. Everett Hammer III.Misha is shocked and [...]


    • Misha is a reporter on a story about a gay-to-straight camp. While there he runs into Jude, a man he met once in a bar, then again at a wedding years ago. Misha has to deal with the suspicions of the camp's owner, as well as trying to convince Jude that he is not at fault for things in his past and he shouldn't be trying to deny who he is. A powerful topic, dealt with by a deft and warm hand. There is also enough humor in the story to balance out the serious issue being addressed. Loved it!


    • Misha has decided to go undercover at one of the gay reprogramming camps to do a magazine article. When he arrives he runs into Jude with whom he’d had a close encounter a couple of years ago. He’s determined that Jude won’t get sucked into the program and lose himself. It’s an exposé of his time at the centre, the kind of things they do and a few of the people he meets. It’s also him spending a fair bit of time with Jude both getting to know him and trying to convince him that being [...]


    • Stars: 3.5/5Overall:Third time's the charm, right? So when Misha meet Jude again, in a gay conversion camp of all places, he knows he has to save him. But it might just be Misha who ends up being saved. This is a story you have to take with a small grain of salt, believing in that *spark* between two people that draws them together. Otherwise it's good, but not amazing; a touching story that satisfies.What I likedMisha isn't perfect, but he certainly is passionate about caring about Jude and wan [...]


    • 4.5 starsThe summary in is good enough for information. So jump to what I think of it. Talk about finding love in the unlikeliest of places! This is a second book of K.Z. Snow that I read this week and I'm in love with it as well. She has a way with words (for the FIRST TIME EVER, I read the word "tabula rasa" in an M/M story!) -- the way she describes the attraction of Misha and Jude (even what happened almost three years previously) is so beautiful. This story has a "social" issue in it: in f [...]


    • Here in Europe you don't really hear much about Ex-Gay ministries which thankfully are not anywhere near as prevalent as in the United States. Having said that I could identify with some of the thoughts of the characters, Who hasn't wished, even if only fleetingly, that they could just be "normal"? This deals with the subject matter in a sympathetic and thought provoking manner.


    • Just a reminder why conversion therapy dont work. People are who they are. We should make them feel lower than they are because they are different


    • 4 and 1/2 stars actually. I have to admire an author that tackles a serious subject when writing a gay romance. Most authors focus mostly on the romance and hot sex but rarely deal with social or political issues that plague the gay community. I must say though, that K. Z. Snow did a great job with this story and subject matter. It’s not slanted, nor over dramatic; it doesn’t play up to or try to manipulate the reader’s emotions on this topic, which is how it could have easily gone. No, th [...]


    • I was hesitant to read this book because I thought it would be depressing - boy was I wrong!Misha is a gay reporter whose last serious lover left him to persue a relationship with a woman. He's getting ready to head out to a "reconditioning program" to make gay men straight. He's going to pose as a straight reporter so that the founder will allow him to stay and interact with the clients. Right after he signs in, he runs into Jude, whom he'd met two years earlier at a wedding - it had been insta [...]


    • I really like stories that explore the role--positive or negative--of religion and spirituality in the life of a gay man or gay couple. And Jude in Chains tackles a topic that is both interesting and horrifying: trying to train the 'gayness' out of an individual. Reparative therapy doesn't just guide the individual toward celibacy (being gay but not acting on it); instead the goal is to achieve stereotypical masculinity, which ultimately culminates in marriage and fatherhood.This is a very uniqu [...]


    • Reviewed by Brandilyn for Prism Book Alliance. I needed a book that took place in Arkansas, so I asked around. KZ Snow mentioned that this story was set there and after reading the blurb, I decided to give it a try. I have read a couple of KZ Snow titles in that past that I adore, including Xylophone and The Zero Knot. I have not read a story that focused on reparative therapy, however. So I went into this story not knowing at all what to expect. Find the whole review at prismbookalliance/?pos


    • Nice enough story but really light. June's story is pretty generic and strange. I kept expecting to hear he was undercover or something. The ending was also no good. Very abrupt with very little wrapping up of the story strands. (I mean, what happened to Misha's story and The Center.) It was a light simple ending.Overall it made me feel, meh.


    • This was a fun book, but also had an important message.I wish it had been longer and could have gone more in-depth!Definitely recommend!Just a quote I liked:"Why the fuck did so many people despise other people who weren’t exactly like themselves? "


    • 3.5? Maybe a 4.The worst part was the melodramatic title. Weirdly enough, there really wasn't a sense of urgency or anything. No sense of danger. It was all justere.



    • The romantic part was good but what I really liked was K.Z. Snow shedding light on actual social issues. I've noticed her do it in most of her books and all I can do is applaud it!


    • Very good m/m romance about a gay journalist who attends a "reparative therapy" camp pretending to be a straight journalist.


    • I quite enjoyed this little novel - my first from K.Z. Snow. I'll definitely be checking her out again in the future.


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