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Mike thought campus politics was funny - until someone wanted him dead. Sixteen years after his idealist days in college, Mike Adams has written a best-selling parody of Student Government. But not everyone liked what they read. As victims begin to fall and eerie messages are left behind, Mike must revisit his past, discern fact from fiction, and identify his antagonist, before it's too late...
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Q&A with Kenneth Kerns
Q. Reunion refers to a fictitious novel "A True Gator Party." What is the significance? Why not publish such a book?A. A True Gator Party is important to the plot of my book. Excerpts from it are shown through most of the chapters and it gives the reader a glimpse into the satire without dwelling on it, since it is less important than the fact that such a satire exists. I wanted my story to be about the general population's reaction to satire, and how some can take it too seriously, and not about the satire itself.
Q. Mike Adams writes about a character named Ben Burns. That is a bit on-the-nose, don't you think?A. The point of Reunion is that some satire hits close to home. It doesn't get any closer than self-depricating, does it?
Q. Who is part of The Circle? And couldn't you be more creative with the name?A. Creative names get noticed. Truly secretive societies - as opposed to mere honorific societies - wouldn't like to get noticed. The bland name is deliberate. While some aspects of The Circle are made plainly obvious to the folks on campus, others remain a mystery, and they like it that way.
Kenneth Kerns is the author of the cult favorite Mike Adams series of books, published since 2005, which touch on the themes of secrets, regrets, and ethical behavior in politics.
A child of the 80s and an Internet addict, Kenneth Kerns has a master's degree in political management from The George Washington University, is a manager for a multi-employer benefit trust, and has written several unproduced screenplays. He invests in green companies and organizations and environmentally-friendly candidates. He lives in the Washington, D.C. area.
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