Geek House, Part 1: Freshman Year (part one of the Geek House novellas) Michael Anthony

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Published: September 11th 2013

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Geek House, Part 1: Freshman Year (part one of the Geek House novellas)  by  Michael         Anthony

Geek House, Part 1: Freshman Year (part one of the Geek House novellas) by Michael Anthony
September 11th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 83 pages | ISBN: | 4.79 Mb

Set in the late 1980s, Geek House, a four-part novella series, chronicles the immodest rise and epic fall of arguably the worst fraternity to ever defile the campus of the University of the Northwest.At its pinnacle, Tau Kappa Beta fraternity showedMoreSet in the late 1980s, Geek House, a four-part novella series, chronicles the immodest rise and epic fall of arguably the worst fraternity to ever defile the campus of the University of the Northwest.At its pinnacle, Tau Kappa Beta fraternity showed flashes of mediocrity.

Far more often, it displayed heinous acts of depravity and incompetence.Told by Mike, a member of the first TKB pledge class, Geek House follows the struggles a shy, insecure and socially awkward 18-year-old faces trying to fit in and be cool by joining the first fraternity he steps foot into – one founded on the principle of being anti-Greek, admitting virtually all comers.More realistic than Animal House and slightly less moronic than Revenge of the Nerds, Geek House takes you back to the final golden age of the Greek system on American college campuses, a time when kegs flowed in fraternity basements, no one checked IDs at the door and, mercifully, hip-hop music didn’t exist.Over the course of four years, “Tappa Kegga Brew” grows from a new fringe fraternity to a middling force, occupying a former sorority house in a prime section of Greek Row adjoining campus.

As TKB flails its way out of the lower rungs of UNW’s social order, it attracts the wrath of neighboring fraternities that view the renegade TKB house as a challenge to the traditional Greek system (how dare they admit non-pedigreed, non-jocks, and non-wealthy guys!) and the disgust of neighboring sororities that suddenly have an unwelcome birds-eye view of their drunken idiotic acts (does there always have to be someone passed out in the front lawn?).Simultaneously, Mike evolves from a social outsider into a full-fledged frat boy, leaving a pathetic path of party animal carnage in his wake.

As a freshman, he dreamed of scoring the perfect girlfriend. By his senior year, he can’t remember why.A true Greek story should end in tragedy but Mike and the brothers of Geek House couldn’t even get that right. They did have a helluva good time along the way, though, forming incredible lifelong friendships and learning more about business, management and sales than any classroom could offer.Presented in four parts, Geek House is a work of creative non-fiction, a clever term meaning the series is based on actual events with just enough changes to provide plausible deniability to the plethora of petty crimes and outrageous misdeeds committed during course of the story.Geek House (Part 1: Freshman Year) details Mike’s drunken slog through dorm life with roommate Brad and next door neighbor Ted- the formation of Tau Kappa Beta Fraternity- an insane Spring Break motor home road trip with stops in San Francisco, Malibu Beach, Disneyland, San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico- experimental dalliances with hallucinogenic substances- and Mike pledging the newest and lamest fraternity on campus.Geek House SeriesPart 1: Freshman YearPart 2: Sophomore YearPart 3: Junior YearPart 4: Senior Year



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