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Awesome is the word I'd use to describe Randy Boyd's Uprising. Felt like I was reading scenes from a great action thriller movie. Hollywood: have you heard of this book? Make it!

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UPRISING by Randy Boyd is that rare creature, a gay political thriller. This kind of story is most often found in the work of Michael Crichton and John Gresham, not on the gay fiction shelves. I can actually only think of one other book like this one, Felice Picano's totally engrossing THE LURE. Both books deal with undercover espionage within gay political groups and both entertain their readers as well, if not better, than their straight counter parts. A billionaire cable-TV mogul. A political thriller and roller coaster ride of a novel that asks: Which side will you be on? 1999 Lambda Literary Award Finalist for Best Men’s Mystery 1999 Lambda Literary Award Finalist for Best Small Press Title. Books related to Uprising: The Suspense Thriller.

Three closeted celebrities. A deadly plan of assassination. A straight FBI agent out to stop it, chosen because one of the three celebrities has a weakness for athletic and muscular blonds

Three closeted celebrities. A straight FBI agent out to stop it, chosen because one of the three celebrities has a weakness for athletic and muscular blonds. A roller coaster ride and suspense thriller that asks: which side will you be on? Two-time 1999 Lambda Literary Award Finalist for Best Men’s Mystery and Best Small Press Title More.

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Uprising: The Suspense Thriller epub download

ISBN13: 978-0966533316

ISBN: 0966533313

Author: Randy Boyd

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Publisher: West Beach Books (March 2001)

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Rating: 4.2

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Uthergo
Well written. Kept me interested from beginning to end. Particularly enjoyed the twists in the plot. It was like watching a suspense movie - hoping the characters don't do what they seem to be heading to do.... I won't let you know what. Read it, enjoy it. You too can feel torn between the choices characters have to make.
Buy it, have fun.
Uthergo
Well written. Kept me interested from beginning to end. Particularly enjoyed the twists in the plot. It was like watching a suspense movie - hoping the characters don't do what they seem to be heading to do.... I won't let you know what. Read it, enjoy it. You too can feel torn between the choices characters have to make.
Buy it, have fun.
Shazel
I also feel misled by the other reviews because this story is awful. The only reason I read to the end was to see if someone would redeem themselves enough to be the hero of the story. I wasted my time. There is no one to like in this book. The tag line asks "which side will you be on?" and the answer is neither. The gay celebrities fund radical militants who use violence to avenge the wrongs suffered by the gay community. And the straight FBI agent is a homophobic jerk. There is no love story here - in spite of what the editorial review from IN Los Angeles says. The whole thing is just depressing and unbelievable and the ending is both icky and ridiculous. The two characters involved - which I already disliked - manage to sink even lower. Don't waste your time on this book.
Shazel
I also feel misled by the other reviews because this story is awful. The only reason I read to the end was to see if someone would redeem themselves enough to be the hero of the story. I wasted my time. There is no one to like in this book. The tag line asks "which side will you be on?" and the answer is neither. The gay celebrities fund radical militants who use violence to avenge the wrongs suffered by the gay community. And the straight FBI agent is a homophobic jerk. There is no love story here - in spite of what the editorial review from IN Los Angeles says. The whole thing is just depressing and unbelievable and the ending is both icky and ridiculous. The two characters involved - which I already disliked - manage to sink even lower. Don't waste your time on this book.
Use_Death
UPRISING by Randy Boyd is that rare creature, a gay political thriller. This kind of story is most often found in the work of Michael Crichton and John Gresham, not on the gay fiction shelves. I can actually only think of one other book like this one, Felice Picano's totally engrossing THE LURE. Both books deal with undercover espionage within gay political groups and both entertain their readers as well, if not better, than their straight counter parts.
UPRISING features Othello, one of the biggest music stars on the planet, and a closeted homosexual. After finding out that he is HIV positive, Othello has a burning need to help jump start a gay revolution. To this end he enlists two other high profile closet cases, one a media mogul (think Ted Turner) the other, Americas greatest basketball player (think Michael Jordan). Together these three become the "Wise men" anonymously funding gay charity work and covertly funding gay counter-bashing across the country. Into the picture steps Raider Kincaid, an undercover FBI agent and the walking epitome of everything Othello has ever wanted in a boyfriend. He is a former lacrosse star and blonde Adonis out to bust this gay conspiracy. He is a man's man, but is he as straight as he thinks he is?
It is my sincere wish that more novels like this were available in the gay market. Randy Boyd has truly created an exciting piece of fiction here, full of breath taking close calls and heart pounding bravado. At the same time we the reader care about the characters in this novel. All are three dimensional and beautifully thought out. Some might argue that the entire premise is too far fetched to be believed, but isn't that what a political thriller is all about? Does anyone really think THE FIRM was viable? NO...but that didn't stop it from selling a gazillion copies. If the story is riveting, and this one certainly is, we are able to suspend our disbelief and dive right in to the churning narrative pool. I could not stop eagerly swimming through this book until I reached the highly dramatic conclusion, and what more could work from this genre ask for?
Use_Death
UPRISING by Randy Boyd is that rare creature, a gay political thriller. This kind of story is most often found in the work of Michael Crichton and John Gresham, not on the gay fiction shelves. I can actually only think of one other book like this one, Felice Picano's totally engrossing THE LURE. Both books deal with undercover espionage within gay political groups and both entertain their readers as well, if not better, than their straight counter parts.
UPRISING features Othello, one of the biggest music stars on the planet, and a closeted homosexual. After finding out that he is HIV positive, Othello has a burning need to help jump start a gay revolution. To this end he enlists two other high profile closet cases, one a media mogul (think Ted Turner) the other, Americas greatest basketball player (think Michael Jordan). Together these three become the "Wise men" anonymously funding gay charity work and covertly funding gay counter-bashing across the country. Into the picture steps Raider Kincaid, an undercover FBI agent and the walking epitome of everything Othello has ever wanted in a boyfriend. He is a former lacrosse star and blonde Adonis out to bust this gay conspiracy. He is a man's man, but is he as straight as he thinks he is?
It is my sincere wish that more novels like this were available in the gay market. Randy Boyd has truly created an exciting piece of fiction here, full of breath taking close calls and heart pounding bravado. At the same time we the reader care about the characters in this novel. All are three dimensional and beautifully thought out. Some might argue that the entire premise is too far fetched to be believed, but isn't that what a political thriller is all about? Does anyone really think THE FIRM was viable? NO...but that didn't stop it from selling a gazillion copies. If the story is riveting, and this one certainly is, we are able to suspend our disbelief and dive right in to the churning narrative pool. I could not stop eagerly swimming through this book until I reached the highly dramatic conclusion, and what more could work from this genre ask for?
Cetnan
Unlike other amazon reviewers, I liked the last part of the book (more than "the ending") the best. I have had some of the fantasies that propel the action of the book. The convergence of the three "Wise Men" stretches disblief, but what gave me the most difficulty was believing that the FBI would send someone undercover with as little "basic training" (like, say vocabulary drill) or backgrounding as Raider has, and that anyone could cover up such ignorance.

Some of the characters (Freedom, Deon) were developed; others (Jasper, Bruce, and the way-too-unsuspicious Othello) were insufficiently developed (with Raider somewhere in between). The book was sufficiently interesting to keep me reading.
Cetnan
Unlike other amazon reviewers, I liked the last part of the book (more than "the ending") the best. I have had some of the fantasies that propel the action of the book. The convergence of the three "Wise Men" stretches disblief, but what gave me the most difficulty was believing that the FBI would send someone undercover with as little "basic training" (like, say vocabulary drill) or backgrounding as Raider has, and that anyone could cover up such ignorance.

Some of the characters (Freedom, Deon) were developed; others (Jasper, Bruce, and the way-too-unsuspicious Othello) were insufficiently developed (with Raider somewhere in between). The book was sufficiently interesting to keep me reading.
Usaxma
A good fast paced novel, not so far fetched as to not be possibly a real story. Good paced action intertwined with realistic characters and places make this a sure fire hit.
Usaxma
A good fast paced novel, not so far fetched as to not be possibly a real story. Good paced action intertwined with realistic characters and places make this a sure fire hit.
Timberahue
Awesome is the word I'd use to describe Randy Boyd's Uprising. Felt like I was reading scenes from a great action thriller movie. Hollywood: have you heard of this book? Make it!
Timberahue
Awesome is the word I'd use to describe Randy Boyd's Uprising. Felt like I was reading scenes from a great action thriller movie. Hollywood: have you heard of this book? Make it!
Malak
Uprising takes you on a wild ride and doesn't let you off till the very last page. This book rocks! It's like nothing I've ever read before. Way to go, Randy Boyd.
Malak
Uprising takes you on a wild ride and doesn't let you off till the very last page. This book rocks! It's like nothing I've ever read before. Way to go, Randy Boyd.
Uprising had me going till the very last page. I didn't know what was gonna happen. My only regret is that senator... well, I guess I won't give it away. Good book!
Uprising had me going till the very last page. I didn't know what was gonna happen. My only regret is that senator... well, I guess I won't give it away. Good book!