From the author of the popular Dark Moonlighting series: Nick Bowman, like most college freshmen, is a terrible human being. He's arrogant, argumentative and rude. He knows that he is smarter than all of the students and most of the professors at his school. Nick is not liked by many people despite the fact that his rants against higher education are usually accurate. Sex, drugs and Karl Marx. Nick knows that is what the college experience is really all about. The Ohio State University is wasting his tuition money and all the other students seem to be too drunk to notice. At first the only thing that seems worse than the school's bureaucracy are Nick's two roommates. Drew Gaul would do much better academically if having sex and drinking were majors. Chris Dawson, a conservative Christian, appears to be Nick's enemy in the culture war. Nick soon finds that his first impressions of his roommates are not entirely accurate. The three young men are inseparable by the end of their first quarter at OSU in the autumn of 2001. The fun times do not last for long. Nick's roommates are on a collision course that threatens to end both a friendship and a life in this darkly humorous novel. Keywords: education, American, humor, contemporary, dark comedy, satire, liberalI thought for a moment that he had put the question on the exam just to spite me. That is why he had not ... The teaching assistants had started to pass out blue books, which indicated it would be an essay exam. Blue books are slightly tinted anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Scott Haworth - 2013-11-16|