Colt O'Brien Grows Up

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19 year old Colt O'Brien is starting college at Western Washington University. After going through his senior year of high school without knowing if he would even attend college, now he is in. His girlfriend Amy Strong and his best pal Bobby Jones are with him. His scholarship dictates that he will be a part of the campus computing support group. Fixing computers is something Colt knows a lot about. The cocky young man, with his flashy clothes and special psychic abilities is confident that freshman year will be ...
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19 year old Colt O'Brien is starting college at Western Washington University. After going through his senior year of high school without knowing if he would even attend college, now he is in. His girlfriend Amy Strong and his best pal Bobby Jones are with him. His scholarship dictates that he will be a part of the campus computing support group. Fixing computers is something Colt knows a lot about. The cocky young man, with his flashy clothes and special psychic abilities is confident that freshman year will be full of success when facing the challenges ahead.
As Colt will discover, life has a way of throwing curve balls at the unsuspecting. He soon finds out that he is the only person doing PC trouble tickets and his boss Gerry gives him almost no support. He rarely sees his girlfriend and his strait-and-narrow friend Bobby discovers that partying is a fun occupation. When he starts to stimulate his already developed psychic abilities, life spins him into a tornado of emotional distress.
In this compelling sequel to "Colt O'brien Sees The Light", Colt faces more challenges coming from all directions. He is forced to change and mature or face the consequences. And, he will find himself in psychic realms that he never knew existed. It's time for Colt to grow up and embrace life with a clear head and smart actions. But, it won't be easy.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781480051812
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/4/2012
  • Pages: 234
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

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  • Posted December 16, 2012

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    Great sequel to this unique series for young adults

    I am quite enjoying the Colt O'Brien series. He is now in college on a scholarship. He must work with the computer support group fixing computers as a part of his scholarship, which to him is an ideal chance to learn more technology. He is in a relationship with Amy, and his best friend Bobby is his room-mate. What could possibly go wrong? He will find out soon. Colt discovers that his boss in the computer group is out to get him on the sole basis of the fact that he doesn't do Unix. Gerry is so pro-Unix that he is going to be on his back and overloading Colt by making him the sole responder to Microsoft issues for the college. This leaves him with precious little time for studies and Amy. Then he realizes that Bobby has dropped so far into the party mode that he is becoming an alcoholic. In other words, everything seems to be going wrong. With good and knowledgeable friends to turn to, especially in his psychic visions and working under serious stress, the rapidly moving events are offset in some areas. In others, Colt is at his wit's end trying to cope. This series, with it's fascinating blend of technology, psychic awareness and mystery is a winner. Colt O'Brien sees the light in many ways and he certainly does grow up fast. This book is no exception, George Cole has done it again with tension and drama. This well-written, informative Young Adult book touches on many issues college freshmen could come across. Disclaimer - I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. The words and rating are mine alone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2013

    I bought it but it would let me read it

    Good book

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