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I read this book for 2 reasons: 1) It was free; and 2) My friend wrote it. I’m usually all talk when it comes to books. I was supposed to start the first Game of Thrones book 11 months ago, and Killing Lincoln is somewhere with an old collection of Nintendo Power magazines collecting dust. Honestly, I knew I would enjoy this book after seeing there was a chapter entitled “Sorostitute Stories”. This book really moved the needle for me. From the opening chapter, the TFM Book takes you on a nostalgic, drug and alcohol fueled ride down memory lane. The story of a college freshman’s experience joining a fraternity and turning into a boozed up haas manages to outdo itself chapter after chapter. Disclaimer: If you can’t relate to full blown zero fucks raging, then this isn’t for you. Maybe you’re thinking, “I’ve been out of college for a few years, man. I’ve moved past this stuff.” Ok, maybe you’re not into reminiscing about a time when road trips, benders, and comedic sexual encounters were the norm. That’s fine, hypothetical skeptic, but I tend to think you should never turn down a good Bourbon Street story. (Spoiler alert: there’s a “jiggling ass sandwich”) This book will leave you sad that those days are behind you, but you’ll probably find yourself throwing together a random road trip to give it Hell one more time. Great read.
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