Twenties Talk by Michael Levy
The Unpaved Road of Life After College

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"Mike Harmon, a few years removed from college, is struggling with the difficult transition from college to the real world. He has less time to do the things he wants. He isn't meeting new people. And he hates his boring desk job.

When a strange quirk of fate knocks Mike for a loop, he realizes that he can't go on like this. He has to make a change—not only in his career, but also in his fundamental philosophy on life. But how? And to what?

Routine workdays, happy hour banter and nights on the town give way to a seemingly innocent weekend trip with his brothers in Las Vegas, landing Mike an unforeseen opportunity to test his fate in a way that he would never have previously considered. Will Mike take the plunge in the hope of altering his destiny, even if it could land him in yet a deeper hole, or will he step in line with convention and play it safe?

With original and entertaining dialogue, Twenties Talk captures the true psyche of today's twenties male. Weaving though the many facets of modern twenties life—dating, work, sports, gambling, travel, and family—Twenties Talk takes the reader on a hilarious journey along the roller coaster ride of life after college. A must for all twenty some things, Twenties Talk is a sure bet."
 

About Michael Levy

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Michael Levy is an educator, writer, and traveler, who currently teaches in Brooklyn, New York, at Saint Ann's School. Levy returns frequently to Guiyang to check in on his students and visit the basketball courts where he momentarily attained stardom. While in the United States, he keeps strictly kosher. While in China, he eats anything with four legs except the table.
 
Published August 15, 2002 by iUniverse. 176 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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