Collegiate Maneuvers
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Collegiate Maneuvers

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The year is 1994, and young intrepid New Yorker Jake Castile heads to the University of Michigan to begin his college career. But friendship soon gives way to infatuation, and Jake becomes increasingly uncomfortable with its implications. Completely overwhelmed by the torture stemming from his unrequited feelings, his emerging homosexuality, and his struggles with college...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published July 20th 2010 by iUniverse.com
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Ken
Meet Jake Castile, son of a snooty French mother and a father that was a well-known matador many moons ago in his native country, Spain.The story follows the dashing college student through three different colleges and many, many cringe-inducing, drunken antidotes. Jake is a somewhat likeable person but he’s also immature, confused, sneaky and extremely fickle. Sometimes you just want to shake him and say, “Dude, you’re a freakin’ mess. You need to get your act together !”. During the first half...more
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