Total Frat Move

Total Frat Move

by W.R. Bolen
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Total Frat Move by W.R. Bolen


Put simply, it's time for a national update on college fraternities. Greek life today makes Animal House look like a Pixar movie. The amount of alcohol that is being consumed, promiscuous sex that is being enjoyed, and intense drug-induced raging that is taking place on campuses across the country has quietly reached ridiculous new heights.

Written with the goal of being the most fun you've ever had reading a book, TOTAL FRAT MOVE pulls back the curtain on this world of hard-partying American decadence. The stories are unabashed. They are hilarious. And they are going to blow you away.

You're welcome, world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781455515059
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 01/15/2013
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 220
Sales rank: 1,178,781
File size: 10 MB

About the Author

After graduating from college in December of 2010, W.R. Bolen moved to Austin, Texas and started working at with the website's creators (two of his elder fraternity brothers), Madison Wickham and Ryan Young. Shortly afterwards he began writing the TOTAL FRAT MOVE book. He currently lives in Austin, Texas.

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Total Frat Move 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Written as a work of fiction, "Total Frat Move" tells the story of Townes Prescott III, from his arriving to college as a freshman and moving into his dorm room, through pledging and rush, and then becoming a college senior and fraternity star. It's based on the wildly popular website which bears the same name. TFM can be best-described as the newest entry of fratire, a genre most well-known by the Tucker Max's I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell. Fans of Tucker will most definitely enjoy this one. It's full of drinking, womanizing, debauchery, and other pursuits that may be offensive to the timid, but a blast to read for others. Fans of National Lampoon's Animal House will also enjoy it, as it is a modern re-telling of the tale of college fraternity life. I never lived the insane lifestyle depicted here, but during college envied fraternity studs like Prescott. For that reason, I've really enjoyed books like TFM, since it opens up a world of male debauchery that I've never really experienced. The action begins in the first chapter, where Prescott, literally six hours into his college experience, gets loaded on Keystone beers and shots, then is blindfolded and brought to a massive toga party. The chapter includes sex, drugs, and even the cops, in a story that is every college male freshman's dream (but not often the reality). Each chapter also includes anonymous hilarious photos of college kids involved in the same activities of that chapter. I wish my college experience was like Prescott's! The writing in this book is fast, easy-to-read, but does contain a good amount of cursing. Be warned. Overall it's a very fun read and worth picking up for anyone who's been through the college fraternity experience or wishes they would have. If you like books like TFM, I would also recommend two others that are great companions to this one. Neil Strauss wrote The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists, which tells the absolutely fascinating story of how he went from being a loser with women to the ultimate pick-up artist. It's a classic, especially for people like me who could never figure out how certain guys are so successful with attracting women. This one holds the key. Anthony Youn's In Stitches, one of my recent favorites, tells his story about growing up a nerd with "no game and no clue" and eventually found the secret to meeting his dream woman. On the way he gets rejected by more people than he'd like to admit, including a fire-breathing carnie. This one is fun, hilarious, and even heart-breaking at times. He isn't afraid to admit his failures in relationships, and follows how he goes from zero to hero in a few short years. Like TFM, it's a fast read with its share of partying stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Definitely worth the read! Inside look into the secret boys club life that rules the manwhore frat lifestyle…made that much better with the added ' merican Texas sterotypes. Loved it!
Vickster1 More than 1 year ago
Witty, funny and an easy read. Fun times remembered!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
FaF. That is all.
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SubwayReader More than 1 year ago
Entertaining in that basic college boy humor kind of way. Preview chapters are probably the best. Not worth the $10 for NOOK, but it was entertaining none the less.
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He said he was goin to kick the in the ball
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^^ this guy. TFM.
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yep, i bought this dog by mistake, if you want to be a "Frat Boy" then this is your waste of time guide book.