Memoirs of an Italian Geek

Memoirs of an Italian Geek

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by R. L. Santi
     
 

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Memoirs of an Italian Geek is a collection of stories that tell the ongoing tale of the childhood and adolescent escapades of a third generation Italian-American Geek as he deals with the tribulations of life, technology, and friendship throughout the last few decades of the twentieth century. Starting with his earliest memories of the golden years, before

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Memoirs of an Italian Geek is a collection of stories that tell the ongoing tale of the childhood and adolescent escapades of a third generation Italian-American Geek as he deals with the tribulations of life, technology, and friendship throughout the last few decades of the twentieth century. Starting with his earliest memories of the golden years, before school began, and on through to his graduation from high school, the endless impact of his friends and family influences continue to keep our Geek in a constant state of change and often confused. Dealing with personal issues and other cataclysmic changes, our Geek learns that not everything can be prepared for, and sometimes the most meaningful changes occur without warning. Confronted with the challenges of academic achievements (or lack there of) and endless extracurricular chaos (usually inspired by girls) our Geek fights a constant battle between trying to stay afloat on the seas of trouble childhood and not drowning in a coming of age riptide. Memoirs of an Italian Geek is the tale of this journey through churning and often unfriendly waters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595658053
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/11/2003
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

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Memoirs of an Italian Geek 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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This was a wonderful book to read i couldnt put it down i finished it in 1 day and i recomend it for anyone to read