The Meaning of Matthew: My Son's Murder in Laramie, and a World Transformed
Publish date: September 3rd 2009
Publisher: Hudson Street Press
Pages no: 271
Edition language: English
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I can't write a review for this. I can't rate it either. I'm too emotional. All I can say is seriously, read this book. Please.
This isn't much of a review. I've been trying to put together a review of both books ever since I read them earlier this year, but just really don't want to critique the stories or styles or messages in either The Meaning of Matthew or The Laramie Project. The Meaning of Matthew is Judy Shepard's ...
My thoughts on this book... It's a hard thing to really say. At the moment my emotions are all over the place and I feel like my review needs to be something... something special. But I know I will not be able to write a review to do justice to this beautiful book written by one of the strongest wom...
"You knew him as Matthew. To us he was Matt. I have tried to reconcile the two within these pages. It would be unfair to Matt if only Matthew's story was told. Matt was so much more than 'Matthew the gay twenty-one-year-old University of Wyoming college student.' He had a family and countless f...
Written and read by Matthew's mother. She tells of his life and horrible murder. A very disturbing story to hear, one that I will never understand. A senseless murder stemming from intolerance and hate. A must read book in my opinion.