Excerpt from the book:
I hustled across the grassy park, wasting no time people watching, despite the sizable crowd out and about. There was a multitude enjoying the warm, sunny weather at the University of Oregon, Eugene campus after the fires let up. There were only a few weeks left before the rains started in earnest, and people were out to enjoy the warmth while it lasted. If I didn’t have to practice for the intramural soccer tournament, I’d have hung out on the massive lawn too.
After the completion of summer term, I finished academic probation. My grades were nothing to write home about, but at least they were good enough to continue in university. True, the school had kicked my friends out because they disqualified by flunking too many classes. Even without them in the same university, they were now in the local community college, Lane, and we now hung out after classes were over. They hadn’t changed residences, because the two campuses were close together.
“Hey fucker,” a high pitch voice interrupted. I glanced over and saw a big white dude, shaved head, knuckle tattoos, dressed in a lacrosse uniform. Before I could register who it was, his fist lashed out at my face.
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