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The Land Whore 3. Chronicles Of An Academic Predator (CAP)

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The story continues (from "Chronicles of an Academic Predator" and "1968") with a new narrator, Stefan, and a new era. This story is set in 1973-74, a period of history that is noted for events such as the Yom Kippur War, the Arab Oil Embargo, and Watergate. More than in past stories, economics are a big issue here, due to increasing inflation and an extended bear stock market.

Before you read this story, there are a few things you should consider:<br /><br />1 It contains graphic descriptions of sex between men. There may even be some sex with women in here. Fortunately, there is no sex with animals.<br />2 Be aware that the effects of inflation have been profound. A good rule of thumb is to consider that $1 in 1973 is probably similar to $5 in 2008. <br />3 This is a sequel to “Chronicles of an Academic Predator” and “1968.” You don't have to read them before this story, but it will give you a deeper insight into the characters and their pasts.<br />
Copyright © 2011 Mark Arbour; All Rights Reserved.

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  • Chills 1
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  • Compelling 5
  • Feel-Good 3
  • Humor 2
  • Smoldering 3
  • Tearjerker 1
  • Unique 7
  • World Building 7

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Darryl62

  

I originally came to this series via the "Bridgemont " series,  and it was only by the fan club comments in that series that I came to this series.  This is the 3rd of the books and the focus has moved from JP to his younger cousin Stefan. It took me a bit to acclimatise to the new protagonist and the time frame, but this was the one that resonated with me, pre AIDS, sun and fun and Watergate bubbling along in the background.  Honestly I think that I had about as much sexual excitement as Stefan at that time, so it rang very very true to me. Interestingly,  Stefan is self centered and vainglorious and at times annoyingly unlikeable, BUT as a person who as found myself to be called "uncle dad" by two young  children, his heart is in the right place.  A very moving tale well told. Do dive in!

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