If you know your way around Michigan, the various towns and watering holes mentioned in The Drinking Game may evoke some pretty specific images for you. If you don’t know your way around Michigan, you’ll get a little taste of the surroundings, including some familiar venues in Ann Arbor. However, the book doesn’t fall prey to some of the common weaknesses of “regional fiction”; it is a surprisingly engaging tale of honor and friendship spun around a challenge between an old and younger man, with a backdrop of tradition, nature, and principles of integrity playing a greater role than the “local color”.
Add to cart
More Titles from this Publisher:
If it weren’t for this spirited little book, you might not be browsing titles by Ann Arbor authors right now. It was the creation of this book and its publishing company that led – in a rather roundabout way – to the authors of the book deciding that one thing that was sorely lacking in Ann Arbor was a single place where you could browse and purchase titles exclusively by local authors. The book also had a birthday recently, so at the risk of being a little self-indulgent, we chose the title as our first Featured Title for the site. It’s fun light read, and will give you more of a boost than a trip to Starbucks, which costs about the same.
Add to cart
More Titles by Nicklaus Suino and Ian Gray