Within two chapters of this book I realized the only way I could possibly enjoy it is if I was still in my early twenties and perhaps attending college.... also perhaps being drunk would help.
This book uses the word f*** as a verb and adjective and noun. The characters are the people that you roll your eyes at whenever you see them in public and think how youth is wasted on the young.
I do believe that somebody that loves deep, deep, biting, mean satire may enjoy this book..... and also college students who are currently pledging to a sorority or fraternity or have clear memories of doing so.
For me I didn't want to go past the second chapter.
"Real" sorority life in all its f**ked up glory.Taylor Bell comes from a long line of Beta Zeta sorority sisters, who all expect her to pledge upon starting at the university. But Taylor has other plans: she's determined to give her family the proverbial middle finger and destroy the rich tradition they hold so dear by eschewing sorority life altogether.
However, Taylor's resolve soon melts when she falls in with a group of hilarious, ultra-saucy girls, who introduce her to all things Greek and soften her to the idea of joining. Resigned to the fate the Greek gods have dealt her, Taylor pledges Beta Zeta and embarks on a collegiate career filled with the kind of carousing sure to make any sorority sister proud.
This book is presented by Total Sorority Move (TSM), the creators of White Girl Problems and Rebecca Martinson.
Reach Chapter One - Three HERE.