College Collage

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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. More

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Published: April 10, 2013
Words: 81,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301236886
About Scott Haworth

Scott was born in the wagon of a traveling show. His Momma used to dance for the money they'd throw. Pappa would do whatever he could... Well, not really. That would have been a lot more interesting though. He was actually born in the suburbs of Cleveland.

After existing for several more decades, Scott graduated from college in 2004 with a degree in history and political science. Six months later he decided he wanted to be a writer, which made the degree largely worthless. Oops.

Scott has written many novels in genres ranging from science fiction to political satire. He tried combining the two genres once, but he didn't think anyone would be interested in a sex scandal involving the President of Blargon 7.

When not writing, he enjoys being asleep.

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Review by: Johanna Panko on May 28, 2013 : star star star
Nick is a real satirical character who views college in a negative light.
He promotes athiesm and other beliefs in a staunchy way. I really liked him better when he actual fell in love with Adara, the muslim girl, and showed an actual heart. The book read like it was the author telling stories about what happened to him in college. Which the conclusion basically said the same. One chapter was about the partying and then he'd follow up with a chapter about how the college disappointed him, and the classes were fake and professors overpaid zealout. It's not really a light read, and I actually couldn't put it down towards the middle. The real climax happens at the end, when relationships and friends don't mix well. I liked the book but it read like a nonfiction encounter. The supreme attitude of the writer annoyed the hell out of me, like he was better than everyone
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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