6 edition of Gods of Aberdeen found in the catalog.
July 27, 2007
by Simon & Schuster
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
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In Gods of Aberdeen, author Micah Nathan paints an evocative picture of life in a small New England liberal arts college.
Young student Eric Dunne has been accepted into Aberdeen College as a year old. He comes from a modest background and has to rely on financial aid to get by, including a work study position in the library/5(22). Gods of Aberdeen is the chronicle of Eric Dunne, a 16 year-old Latin savant who leaves his New Jersey foster home and finds bliss at Aberdeen College, a fictional school in Fairwich, CT.
As he struggles to adjust to dorm life, Eric meets Arthur Fitch, a charismatic senior who invites Eric to join his research team/5. Gods of Aberdeen book. Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A haunting novel about a brilliant young man who enrolls at a smal /5.
"A spooky psychological drama that delivers, Gods of Aberdeen drew me in from page one. This is a gripping debut that haunted me long after I put the book down." -- Sean Desmond, author of Adams Fall "Gods of Aberdeen is a taut, elegantly written literary ed on: J "A spooky psychological drama that delivers, Gods of Aberdeen drew me in from page one.
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Part coming-of-age novel, part gothic New England mystery, it will keep you Author: Micah Nathan. Get this from a library. Gods of Aberdeen. [Micah Nathan] -- Eric Dunne, a sixteen-year-old genius, enrolls in Aberdeen College hoping to escape his foster family and live a normal life, but when he becomes entangled in a mysterious death, he must use his.
"A spooky psychological drama that delivers, Gods of Aberdeen drew me in from page one. This is a gripping debut that haunted me long after I put the book down."-- Sean Desmond, author of Adams Fall "Gods of Aberdeen is a taut, elegantly written literary thriller. Part coming-of-age novel, part gothic New England mystery, it will keep you.
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Aberdeen is a school for the privileged youth of America's elite, an isolated world where hard drinking and hard studying go hand in hand. When Eric is assigned a work-study job with the college's head librarian, Cornelius Graves, Eric begins to hear strange and disconcerting rumors about his new mentor.
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Gods of Aberdeen is a novel written by Micah Nathan, published in June by Simon & was translated into Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Portuguese with the title The Last novel is written in first-person, and follows the freshman year of the narrator, Eric Dunne, a year-old linguistic savant who attends fictional Aberdeen College, in the town of Fairwich Author: Micah Nathan.
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Gods in Scotland The Firth of Clyde, named after *Clota – ‘the washer, the strongly flowing one’ There is considerably less concrete evidence to go on as far as Scottish deities are concerned, with a sad lack of native mythology that can be firmly dated to any antiquity (by and large).
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Piper's influence does not stem from his own abilities and accomplishments, but /5(2).Gods of Aberdeen Micah Nathan Simon & Schuster, Jun$, pp. ISBN: Sixteen years old orphan Eric Dunne leaves his second cousin’s home in New Jersey to attend Aberdeen University in Fairwich, Connecticut on an academic scholarship.The bulk of the book is concerned with describing how a brand like Red Bull or Ben and Jerry’s or Nespresso (not to mention, Chanel and others) pulls that off.
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