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American Fraternity Man ❮Read❯ ➬ American Fraternity Man Author Nathan Holic – Thomashillier.co.uk Charles Washington, a college grad brimming with energy and idealism and promise, is swept up in the Compassion Boom At the height of the financial meltdown, he spurns the prescribed job market to tak Charles Washington, a college grad brimming with energy and idealism and promise, is swept up in the Compassion Boom At the height of the financial meltdown, he spurns the prescribed job market to take a job with a not for profit, sacrificing salary for the selfless mission of his first post college employer Charles is out to save the world the world of fraternities Charles is an Educational Consultant with the Nu Kappa Epsilon National Fraternity Headquarters He s making no money, but he s on a noble mission he will crisscross the country to clean up American Fraternity PDF/EPUB ² the corroded culture of fraternity life, driving from college to college, fraternity house to fraternity house, conducting leadership development workshops and serving as a role model for his NKE brothers Charles will whisk away the alcoholism and drug abuse, and put an end to the hazing He will help transform st century fraternity life into a leadership experience just as enriching as the Boy Scouts The only problem Charles isn t nearly the clean cut role model he wants to believe he is, and he s about to learn that he is ill prepared for the true demands of leadership Very quickly, he finds himself caught in a whirlwind of alcohol, parties, hazing, and sex, a series of events and decisions which will test his new values and threaten his entire future American Fraternity Man is an intimate portrait of a young man struggling to become the right kind of professional, while coming to terms with the harsh financial and political realities behind the ambitious mission statements and corporate philosophies Set within a broad panoramic of the national fraternity world, American Fraternity Man offers a humanizing look at the individuals who live and breathe Greek Life, while also giving an unrivaled glimpse at the power, potential, and absurdity of the National Fraternity Sorority business Through both text and illustrations, Nathan Holic offers the very human story of one young man s longing for morality and purpose in a world he simply has not been prepared to understand.

    Free Unlimited eBook Fraternity Man offers a humanizing look at the individuals who live and breathe Greek Life, while also giving an unrivaled glimpse at the power, potential, and absurdity of the National Fraternity Sorority business Through both text and illustrations, Nathan Holic offers the very human story of one young man s longing for morality and purpose in a world he simply has not been prepared to understand."/>
  • Paperback
  • 436 pages
  • American Fraternity Man
  • Nathan Holic
  • English
  • 28 March 2019
  • 0983825289

About the Author: Nathan Holic

Nathan Holic lives and writes in Orlando, Florida, where he teaches writing courses at the University of Central Florida, and drives from Eleven to Eleven in search of the perfect fountain poured Diet CokeHe is the author of the novel American Fraternity Man Beating Windward Press and the novella The Things I Don t See Main Street Rag , and he is the editor of the annual anthology Views of Orlando Burrow Press , a literary portrait of the city featuring short fiction from fifteen Orlando authors He also serves as the Graphic Narrative American Fraternity PDF/EPUB ² Editor at The Florida ReviewHolic s short fiction has appeared in a number of print journals, magazines, and anthologies, including Iron Horse, The Portland Review, The Apalachee Review,and the young adult collection Daddy Cool Artistically Declined Press his work also appears online at Hobart, Necessary Fiction, Barrelhouse, and a number of other web sitesHis comics and graphic narratives include the serialized adaptation of Alex Kudera s novel Fight For Your Long Day available monthly at Atticus Review , and Clutter, a story structured as a home d cor catalogue available at Nailed Magazine Other comics, which have appeared in Welter, Sweet A Literary Confection, Palooka, and the anthology The Way We Sleep Curbside Splendor Press , have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.



10 thoughts on “American Fraternity Man

  1. Nathan Holic Nathan Holic says:

    I feel weird about writing a review for my own book, but what the hell Why not Obviously I can t give the book a critical review, so I won t pretend to do that I can only say that I worked on the manuscript for almost seven years, constantly revising and re shaping and refining to the point where I d nearly driven myself crazy , and by the time I did my final read through of the uncorrected proofs, I honestly enjoyed reading every page That might sound disingenuous every author should promo I feel weird about writing a review for my own book, but what the hell Why not Obviously I can t give the book a critical review, so I won t pretend to do that I can only say that I worked on the manuscript for almost seven years, constantly revising and re shaping and refining to the point where I d nearly driven myself crazy , and by the time I did my final read through of the uncorrected proofs, I honestly enjoyed reading every page That might sound disingenuous every author should promote his her work, right Sure But I set out to write the sort of book that I would enjoy, and so it meant everything to me that I was able to do this.To see if our reading tastes align, just check my shelves Maybe this book will be right up your alley Or maybe you hated The Bonfire of the Vanities, and The Corrections, and Catch 22, and Middlesex, and House of Leaves, and The Secret History, and Prep, and Angry Black White Boyin which case this might not be your kind of book I suppose I can just take the rest of this space to tell you who might enjoy this book I wrote this book for college kids who are immersed in their fraternity sorority worlds, but who have never actually seen a book or a movie that dealt with the world in an honest way I wrote it for student leaders who put every ounce of their mental energy into the organizations they serve, but who rarely hear anyone talk about the real internal struggles that leaders face when they try to do the right thing on a college campus I wrote it for parents, too, and for Greek Advisors and campus administrators, and for fraternity alumni, and for staff members at National HQs I wrote it for the people who have moved on from the undergraduate college world, and who have sincere and positive motives, but who might need to see their post grad world from a different perspective And I wrote this book for an entire generation of twenty and thirty somethings, too, the ones who haven t picked up a literary novel in quite awhile Maybe, once upon a time, they enjoyed reading, but then they arrived at a series of particularly difficult or obscure books in late high school you know the ones I m talking about , and literature seemed as if it no longer spoke to them Or maybe they still loved books, but then they went to college and studied business, or engineering, or medicine, or law, and their every moment became consumed with their specific industry or discipline, and now they say to themselves, Geez, I can t remember the last time I read a novel We all have a choice of how to spend our leisure time, and I hate it when I m made to feel guilty because I m not spending it in the way that someone else thinks I should I wrote this book for those smart people who are ready to re engage with literature, but who needed a book about their world or their former world in order to feel comfortable entering the waters once again.Hopefully you enjoy If not, wait another seven years, and Book 2 will be ready

  2. Matt Peters Matt Peters says:

    Incredibly engaging and funny read It definitely didn t feel like 400 pages I was hesitant to read this book because it was about Fraternities, but the frat world was just the setting for a very character driven story Instead of putting me off, the frat setting offered me a nice glimpse into a world I never got to experience and was not familiar with.Ultimately, this is a great story about the disillusionment of moving from the comforting college world of idealism to the harsh business world Incredibly engaging and funny read It definitely didn t feel like 400 pages I was hesitant to read this book because it was about Fraternities, but the frat world was just the setting for a very character driven story Instead of putting me off, the frat setting offered me a nice glimpse into a world I never got to experience and was not familiar with.Ultimately, this is a great story about the disillusionment of moving from the comforting college world of idealism to the harsh business world of practical results You know, growing up Check it out You won t be sorry

  3. Markness Markness says:

    Both a quarter life crisis Bildungsroman for the Gen X Millennial threshold and a picaresque romp through the strata of fraternity life across the country, Nathan Holic s American Fraternity Man paints a blackly comic but not heartless portrait of a young man and the often fiery trajectory he describes in his attempt to escape the no man s land between his best intentions and his worst impulses, between his self righteousness and his self interest Newly minted college graduate and fraternit Both a quarter life crisis Bildungsroman for the Gen X Millennial threshold and a picaresque romp through the strata of fraternity life across the country, Nathan Holic s American Fraternity Man paints a blackly comic but not heartless portrait of a young man and the often fiery trajectory he describes in his attempt to escape the no man s land between his best intentions and his worst impulses, between his self righteousness and his self interest Newly minted college graduate and fraternity all star Charles Washington to the chagrin of his taciturn father and the blithely unconcerned support of his younger girlfriend, who is still entrenched in the college experience takes a post grad job as a national consultant for his fraternity, traveling from campus to campus with the ostensible purpose of inspiring the undergraduate brothers to beand do, but in reality functioning as littlethan a risk management assessor for the deep pockets of the national fraternity organization and the various wealthy alumni connected to them In short, Charles is forced into the role of the Fun Nazi a phrase that appears with musical regularity throughout the book and which might have been an apropos alternate title Charles is confronted at every turn by evidence of hazing, alcohol abuse, drug use, and the drinking club mentality, which he strives to confront and change at the chapters he visits but by which he is equally mesmerized, looking back on his own undergraduate shenanigans with a nostalgia that is as powerful as it is unsettling to him He is a protagonist who, like many memorable and self immolating heroes, wants to have his cake and eat it, too, and in trying to do so he tumbles headlong into a series of increasingly awkward adventures and bad decisions thatwell, you ll see, just read the book Don t be fooled or put off by the fraternity subject matter Holic presents the existence of fraternity in American universities with an eye towards reality, not glorification The multifaceted view of fraternity life is one of the book s big draws But its chief draw is in its storytelling Holic s treatment of his characters, even his minor ones, stands out, as does his prose a mix of vivid images, social commentary, and comic non sequiturs that bring to mind Tom Wolfe and Jonathan Franzen And though the book does lose some of its steam in act three amid a series of convenient confrontations and tidy full circle narrative impulses, they hardly detract from the book s overall impact and even these sequences are written, on a line by line level, with the same verve as the rest of the book The plotting is generally quite deft the thread of parental distrust that drives the book s early pages ensnares our hero Charles, expanding and knotting and drawing tighter and tighter throughout the first and second act Once things really start rolling, the reading experience is breathless It s a comic pageturner, but not in a ha ha sense You feel bad for this young man, you root for him, you want to knock some sense into him, but above all, you want to know what happens to him, what he s going to DO And at the end of the day, that is the only true and inviolable diagnostic of a great story Recommended

  4. Burrow Press Burrow Press says:

    I couldn t care less about fraternities I was never in one, I never bought into it, and I remainor less ambivalent I can see why, because of its content, this book might be overlooked by certain fans of indie lit or literary fiction in general Frats Meh But this novel does exactly what good literary fiction is supposed to do presents an honest and nuanced portrayal of Greek Life The best part is that it isn t simply a polemic about the cognitive dissonance between the vapid Greek I couldn t care less about fraternities I was never in one, I never bought into it, and I remainor less ambivalent I can see why, because of its content, this book might be overlooked by certain fans of indie lit or literary fiction in general Frats Meh But this novel does exactly what good literary fiction is supposed to do presents an honest and nuanced portrayal of Greek Life The best part is that it isn t simply a polemic about the cognitive dissonance between the vapid Greek party lifestyle and the genuine desire for Greek organizations to mold compassionate citizens and leaders it s a well crafted narrative where these conflicts play out through the misadventures of the book s protagonist, Charles Washington To watch naive, good intentioned Charles make sense of his post college life as a fraternity consultant trying to change the culture by visiting the troubled chapters of NKE his fraternity is truly hilarious His honesty which is also sometimes the root of his naivete makes him one of the most sympathetic characters I ve read in a long time Still, he is a complex character who, under the immense stress of life on the road for his company, also has to battle the urge to revert to his hedonistic Frat Star past This is merely one of the underline conflicts that weave in and out of the novel.Told in the first person, Charles conversational, winding sentences make a relatively long book fly by Given the strength of voice, the skill behind the plot and story, all combined with the unique portrayal of frat life in literary fiction, this book will be relevant for a long time

  5. Alan Lacerra Alan Lacerra says:

    Sure, with its over four hundred pages, American Fraternity Man may seem like it would be a long read, but honestly, I finished one third of the book in a day.The only other books that have kept me turning the pages so frequently are the much beloved Harry Potters In fact, now that I think about it, there are a good deal of similarities between Nate Holic s novel and JK Rowling s series Both are coming of age stories Holic s main character Charles Washington, a recent college graduate, is old Sure, with its over four hundred pages, American Fraternity Man may seem like it would be a long read, but honestly, I finished one third of the book in a day.The only other books that have kept me turning the pages so frequently are the much beloved Harry Potters In fact, now that I think about it, there are a good deal of similarities between Nate Holic s novel and JK Rowling s series Both are coming of age stories Holic s main character Charles Washington, a recent college graduate, is older than the boy wizard but, it s probably safe to say, much less mature , and both use schools asthan mere settings, as significant places with histories and personalities While Rowling focuses solely on developing the magical Hogwarts, its every mysterious nook and cranny, American Fraternity Man takes readers on a tour of some colleges and universities throughout the US, the kind that leads me to hope for an American Fraternity Man movie someday While as a fantasy series the Harry Potter books offer an escape from reality while providing indirect social commentary, American Fraternity Man is as firmly positioned in the real world as one would expect a work of fiction to be.I have had nothing to do with fraternities personally, so I found the book enlightening From what I ve heard from friends with fraternity experiences, the novel paints an honest picture and invites honest reflection and discussion

  6. John Fleming John Fleming says:

    Nathan Holic s book gives a rare and valuable glimpse into the fraternity world, and it s probably not the one you know Charles Washington is out to change the world, one fraternity at a time The problem is, he s internalized a lot of nonsense about what it means to be an adult and a professional He tries desperately hard to make himself into someone he s not He tries to be calculating, but he s not very good at it He tries to be straightlaced and uptight and a paragon of the kind of soundb Nathan Holic s book gives a rare and valuable glimpse into the fraternity world, and it s probably not the one you know Charles Washington is out to change the world, one fraternity at a time The problem is, he s internalized a lot of nonsense about what it means to be an adult and a professional He tries desperately hard to make himself into someone he s not He tries to be calculating, but he s not very good at it He tries to be straightlaced and uptight and a paragon of the kind of soundbyte values spouted by national fraternity headquarters He tries to change fraternity culture for the better, but his ideas are met by the bored stares of frat boys and the hypocrisy of the national fraternity officers He brings at least as much trouble to himself as he gets from others You want to kick him in the head But you also can t turn your eyes from the unfolding train wreck, hoping he ll wise up and find a way to change fraternities or at least his own life for the better If you ve had any experience with fraternities or know somehow who has this book is highly recommended

  7. Rosa Lee Mullins Rosa Lee Mullins says:

    Every sentence counts in American Fraternity Man This novel has rich, vivid imagery and endearing characters that are flawed and sympathetic Dive into this page turner and follow Charles, a recent grad transitioning to the real world and searching for clarity and meaning in his life The novel provides a sensible view of fraternity life and is engaging, insightful, and well paced Definitely an entertaining read for even the most inexperienced when it comes to fraternity life.

  8. Sarah Harris Sarah Harris says:

    I found this novel to be very compelling and Charles Washington to be an engaging guide to a world I knew little about While this book is a bit on the long side, the plot and characters really pulled me in I got so wrapped up in the story that I read the last hundred pages all in one sitting The writing was poignant and the details so vivid that I felt I was right there in Charles world Highly recommend

  9. Audrey Graser Audrey Graser says:

    Title American Fraternity ManAuthor Nathan HolicGenre Adult ContemporaryPublisher Beating Windward Press LLCLength 436 pagesOriginal Publishing Date June 3rd, 2012Series StandaloneWhere I got it NetGalleyLinks GoodreadsAuthor s WebsiteSynopsis from Goodreads Charles Washington, a college grad brimming with energy and idealism and promise, is swept up in the Compassion Boom At the height of the financial meltdown, he spurns the prescribed job market to take a job with a not fo Title American Fraternity ManAuthor Nathan HolicGenre Adult ContemporaryPublisher Beating Windward Press LLCLength 436 pagesOriginal Publishing Date June 3rd, 2012Series StandaloneWhere I got it NetGalleyLinks GoodreadsAuthor s WebsiteSynopsis from Goodreads Charles Washington, a college grad brimming with energy and idealism and promise, is swept up in the Compassion Boom At the height of the financial meltdown, he spurns the prescribed job market to take a job with a not for profit, sacrificing salary for the selfless mission of his first post college employer Charles is out to save the world the world of fraternities Charles is an Educational Consultant with the Nu Kappa Epsilon National Fraternity Headquarters He s making no money, but he s on a noble mission he will crisscross the country to clean up the corroded culture of fraternity life, driving from college to college, fraternity house to fraternity house, conducting leadership development workshops and serving as a 24 7 role model for his NKE brothers Charles will whisk away the alcoholism and drug abuse, and put an end to the hazing He will help transform 21st century fraternity life into a leadership experience just as enriching as the Boy Scouts The only problem Charles isn t nearly the clean cut role model he wants to believe he is, and he s about to learn that he is ill prepared for the true demands of leadership Very quickly, he finds himself caught in a whirlwind of alcohol, parties, hazing, and sex, a series of events and decisions which will test his new values and threaten his entire future American Fraternity Man is an intimate portrait of a young man struggling to become the right kind of professional, while coming to terms with the harsh financial and political realities behind the ambitious mission statements and corporate philosophies Set within a broad panoramic of the national fraternity world, American Fraternity Man offers a humanizing look at the individuals who live and breathe Greek Life, while also giving an unrivaled glimpse at the power, potential, and absurdity of the National Fraternity Sorority business Through both text and illustrations, Nathan Holic offers the very human story of one young man s longing for morality and purpose in a world he simply has not been prepared to understand Blogger s Note This novel elicited a lot of responses from me as a reader I am currently a sorority woman and I ve been on my chapter s executive board for two years I would like to be a sorority consultant after college So, there was a lot in this novel that really affected me and while I hope that my review is unbiased, it is something to keep in mind Main characters 5 5Charles seemed like he could be one of my guy friends He s a smart guy but a little idealistic at the beginning and I think that was part of his downfall He was so eager to change himself to fit the image of a role model that I knew he was headed down the wrong path By the middle of the novel, I really didn t like Charles and as much as I think I wasn t supposed to, it was hard to fight through when I didn t like the main character Ultimately, I think Charles was just really lost and in any young adults life, that is realistic in the most heart creaking way For Charles it was especially difficult because I think he really did want what was best for his national fraternity but he went to the furthest extremes to do so More importantly, Charles was well developed and thought out so I give Holic some major props on creating a character that I hated at points and loved at others but ultimately was incredibly realistic.Secondary characters 3 5Jenn was the voice of reason at the beginning, but she becomes a little flat and one sided Ultimately I didn t find Jenn that likable Unfortunately, whether it was because of the lack of attention compared to Charles or not, Jenn was less developed a character Fabre was particularly distasteful and left me wondering if there are actually people like him out there I try not to be too idealistic about greek life but I was shocked by his character and some of the other alumni and it was tough for me to move beyond that I would have liked someengaging characters I felt like most of the secondary characters had extreme flaws and therefore it was hard for me to relate to them.Writing style 3 5Holic s writing style was thoughtful and detailed His ability to get into Charles head was especially wonderful and he really found the college feel on so many different campuses I was disappointed that my ebook version didn t include a lot of the illustrations Another plus for Holic though was his attention to detail There were times when I just had to smile because Holic painted some of the things I feel about greek life perfectly I did feel that the book seemed unnecessarily long I got the picture pretty early on and I felt like Holic was beating a dead horse at some points There were also some paragraphs with excessive detail that, although I appreciated, were a little tough to read through.Plot 4 5When Charles started telling Jenn how he wasn t going to change, I knew exactly what was going to happen I wasn t thrilled with how obvious that plot twist appeared While I pointed out above that Holic got a lot of details right for a reader currently in greek life, some of it did feel over the top To be fair, I m not sure if this is fraternity versus sorority differences but some of the politics about shutting down a chapter and some of the dare I say corruption seemed unrealistic to me Further, some of the plot points as Charles visited the fraternities seemed repetitive While Charles did fall into a rut where the universities ran together, I would have liked either that section have been shorter or gottendetails about each school Another bonus point for the unique plot I ve never read anything like this book before.Ending 4.5 5The way that American Fraternity Man ended was funny, ambiguous and yet wrapped everything up perfectly I love the way that Holic made it so clear without having to specifically tell the reader what would happen after the book ended.Best scene The scene in MexicoPositives Realistic and well rounded main character, the ending, the balanced view of fraternities and sororities, Holic s attention to detailNegatives The secondary characters particularly the way that some were extreme one sided or flawed , the length, the excessive details and repetitive nature of the plotCover I m in love with this cover it depicts the realities of college life all in one image Plus the font is huge and can either stand out or fade away depending on how long you look at it.Verdict Although sometimes long and tough to get through, American Fraternity Man is a journey through fraternity life of epic proportions with a narrator whose complexity and realism is astounding Rating 7.8 10 4 stars Your Thoughts Have you read it What did you think If you haven t, will you be adding it to your TBR list Let me know

  10. Sophia Sophia says:

    This review was first posted on Quite Spectacular Charles Washington, former president of his fraternity and graduate of Edison University, is on a mission A mission to save fraternities across the land and restore them to their original purpose of safe spaces promoting brotherhood and good citizenship However, everything from his vision to his relationships to his very moral fibre is challenged and tested as he travels the country, meeting his brothers young and old , and uncovers what is This review was first posted on Quite Spectacular Charles Washington, former president of his fraternity and graduate of Edison University, is on a mission A mission to save fraternities across the land and restore them to their original purpose of safe spaces promoting brotherhood and good citizenship However, everything from his vision to his relationships to his very moral fibre is challenged and tested as he travels the country, meeting his brothers young and old , and uncovers what is beneath the surface of his beloved fraternity and the Greek system as a whole I didn t really know what to expect when I purchased this book at a bargain price I might add I can t even remember how I came across it Perhaps on a Goodreads list Anyway, my only encounter with Greek life has been ABC s short lived series Greek American Fraternity Man is quite different to the TV show, which is very light hearted There are some complex themes and a depth to this book that I was pleasantly surprised by The story is mainly about that first year after college the transition to adulthood At one point, Charles quips Finally, my life was feeling like an Outlook calendar, not a Facebook page pg 83 We ve all been there, haven t we That point where you suddenly feel like you ve grown up Then again, this transition to adulthood rarely takes place within the first year of graduating because it takesthan a year to figure out who you are and where you want to go I suppose it could be argued we are making this transition constantly butthis isn t the place for that kind of discussion There s a great deal of thought provoking sociological discourse on the Millennial Generation throughout the book Most prominently is the thought that Millennials are pushing a compassion boom meaning they we are eschewing high paying, formerly high status positions in favour of poorly paid work for non profits or organisations seeming to want to make the world a better place Some of the theories suggest this is because Millennials have nothing to prove, per se There was also an interesting discussion between Charles and a professor of the Millennial Generation The professor claimed Millennials want to join every society, team, and fraternity sorority because they crave programming pg 343 thanks to helicopter parenting In the end, for me, the debate boiled down to the Millennial Generation being, as the professor says, A Hero Generation, capable of changing the world pg 338 or a directionless, lost generation run out of steam Burnt out by 25 Unsure of what work is because a 9 5 pushing papers just isn t fulfilling, is it And everything else up until that point, every team, club, exam, whatever, has been for a reason to get into university, to boost your overall grade, to put on your CV for the jobthe job that turns out to not seem to have a purpose in the grand scheme of things Or your supposed grand scheme of things I don t know I m not a scholar in this subject but that s how it feels to me and this is my generation so Anyway, back to the book itself and the characters within Charles was not your typical, flawless hero He tried too hard and made some dodgy decisions but ultimately he felt like he was doing something he believed in and managed to dredge up enthusiasm from goodness knows where for, what seemed like, a pretty hopeless cause I really liked Jenn because despite being physically absent throughout most of the story, she was always there in my mind Perhaps because I m a female reader and identified with her to a certain extent As for Charles s motivational speaker manager, well we could see his true nature from the very beginning, which made it eventense when Charles figured out the long game There were many, many supporting characters after all, Charles had dozens of fraternities to visit so it was clever to keep them all in check and make sure they were distinct but also keep the same types cropping up in each fraternity the one s like Charles, the really fratty types, the always second in command types, and so on As I said before, I didn t know anything about Greek Life other than what I d seen on Greek, so I cannot say whether or not this was an accurate, authentic depiction However, the fact that I was a newbie didn t mean the story was inaccessible to me, which is definitely a positive Considering everything mentioned about the Millennials, it would be interesting to know if Greek membership is up or down There was some great stuff on social media and how it just seemed to explode One minute people were tapping away on Livejournal and ranking friends on Myspace which I forgot about, how mean was that then BOOM Facebook arrives for the masses and Twitter and everything else Remember how everyone had a Blackberry or a normal phone and then you blinked and suddenly everyone, including your grandma, had an iPhone Nowadays, we all supposedly know what we can and cannot put out there on social media if we want to maintain our integrity but this story points out how difficult it must have been for the graduates during this time They didn t know their employers were onto this whole Facebook thing, so a lot of what should have been private probably ended up being seen by people who had no business looking Charles had a bit of a love hate relationship with Facebook How does he keep up with his friends and his long distant girlfriend but also remain professional and set apart from the fraternity members he s lecturing If the President to be has Facebook, why can t he In this respect, the book reminded me a bit of Attachments by Rainbow Rowell, where the characters are dealing with the Millennium Bug and emailing at work Overall, I found this story really intriguing can you tell by how long this review is It was kind of on the long side maybe some of the visits could ve been cut out but then I suppose Charles s unravelling wouldn t be as believable A minor complaint either way This is definitely a read for anyone interested in Greek Life or the Millennial Generation or if you just like a good college based novel We keep saying we needof them, don t we

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