Elizabeth’s Mini Library: Brave Face by Shaun David Hutchinson

Presenting Elizabeth's Mini Library: Brave Face by Shaun David Hutchinson. Reviewed by Libby Goby for In the Stacks. 

Hey everyone! I'm Libby Goby and welcome to my video book review for In The Stacks. Todays review is Brave Face by Shaun David Hutchinson.

This powerful memoir is the story of how Shaun David Hutchinson discovered and battled with his sexuality and depression throughout his youth. The book is told through the eyes of Shaun David Hutchinson as an adult and he offers up some explanations to his actions as a teenager, he also addresses the reader directly to warn them about the material in the book is harder to read. The book is open and shares intimacies with the readers that are raw, intense, and unfiltered. The book is unrelenting and unapologetic in its honesty to Shaun David Hutchinson's experiences. 

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