an unhappy lion mascot, a straight- talking chick fed up with sexual double standards, a hypochondriac 18- year- old gay guy who just got into med school: all these colorful characters collide in fragments filled with sex talk and humor, with the ever- inspiring new orleans as a backdrop. fragments: a memoir - kindle edition by jeff cann. download it once and read it on your kindle device, pc, phones or tablets.
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