A Better Place

  • by Mark A. Roeder
  • Narrated by Andy Babinski
  • 10 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A Better Place is the story of two boys from two completely different worlds struggling to find themselves amongst a whirlwind of confusion. Will the strength they find in each other be enough to overcome the hatred and abuse of others? The unlikely pair struggle through friendship and heartbreaks, betrayal and hardships, to find the deepest desire of their hearts. Casper, the poorest boy in school, goes through life as the "invisible boy", and Brendan, the captain of the high school varsity football team, has it all; muscles, money, fame, and popularity. So, when Brendan takes an interest in Casper, their friendship goes in a direction that no one would have ever guessed. The two boys share nothing on the surface, but underlying each boy's reputation lies a yearning to be free, a yearning to find a better place.
Mark A. Roeder has written and published some two dozen novels in his Gay Youth Chronicles, a continuing series not only for gay youth, but readers of all ages and sexual orientations. Since the age of fifteen, Roeder has been turning out articles, columns, and novels, but for the last several years has dedicated his life to writing heart-warming stories about gay youth. He currently resides in Bloomington, Indiana. Information on his current and upcoming books can be found at markroeder.com.

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Some hard hitting and blood boiling parts

Would you try another book written by Mark A. Roeder or narrated by Andy Babinski?

I would after listening to this book, the narrater was ok but sounded to simular and could have differentiated more between characters


What was one of the most memorable moments of A Better Place?

There are a few parts in the book that tackle some very hard hitting subjects and these (spoilers) I clearly remember but may be a bit much for some younger readers.


Was A Better Place worth the listening time?

I enjoyed taking the journey with the characters but did feel that later Lin the book some characters where very similar I had to rewind to check who's point of view we were listening to.


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- Mr. D Corry-Bass

Book Details

  • Release Date: 26-02-2013
  • Publisher: Mark A Roeder