Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The History Major by Michael Phillip Cash

After a vicious fight with her boyfriend followed by a night of heavy partying, college freshman Amanda Greene wakes up in her dorm room to find things are not the same as they were yesterday. She can't quite put her finger on it. She's sharing her room with a peculiar stranger. Amanda discovers she's registered for classes she would never choose with people that are oddly familiar. An ominous shadow is stalking her. Uncomfortable memories are bubbling dangerously close to her fracturing world, propelling her to an inevitable collision between fantasy and reality. Is this the mother of all hangovers or is something bigger happening?

About the Author

Michael Phillip Cash is an award-winning screenwriter and novelist. He attended the Long Island University and used its beautful campus as a backdrop for this novel. He’s written 11 novels including the best-selling Brood X, Stillwell, The Flip, The After House, Witches Protection Program, and Monsterland. Michael resides on the North Shore of Long Island with his wife and two children. Connect with Michael on: Facebook: facebook.com/michaelphillipcash Twitter: twitter.com/michaelpcash Web: www.michaelphillipcash.com Email: michaelphillipcash@gmail.com

Biography

Michael Phillip Cash is an award-winning screenwriter and novelist. He's written eleven books including the best-selling Brood X, Stillwell, The Flip, The After House, The Hanging Tree, Witches Protection Program, Pokergeist, Monsterland and Battle for Darracia series.

Michael resides on the North Shore of Long Island. He writes full-time with his screaming kids in the background.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 130 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 17, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1518893791
  • ISBN-13: 978-1518893797

I found this book interesting with twists and turns, but a little hard to keep up with. Figuring out what characters were what/who and what time we are talking about. Overall it was a great read though.




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