If you live a life of extremes, it will always end with a crash, but sometimes the ride is worth it. This was the philosophy Darren Bryce and his friends lived by as wild young men who cared nothing about the consequences of tomorrow because all that mattered was today. Narrated through the eyes of an FSU college student, Fratire is the graphic memoir of a competitive party college town where who you know, where you work, and what you look like determines your social status. Bryce reveals it all: Greek Life, keggers, date rape, bar fights, racism, hazing, drug abuse, social pressures, wild sex, violent crime, steroids, and lewd drunken behavior. This is the true story of what really goes on at large college campuses in America, a behind-the-scenes no holds barred account of what happens beyond the closed doors of dorm rooms, fraternity houses, nightclubs, and the bedrooms of young men and women.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2008. Book Condition: Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP89084435