My Impossible Year  -     By: Mark Littleton
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My Impossible Year

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Tris Haley, a junior at Norton University, is convinced Dr. Hatch, the Contemporary Thought professor, is just old, crabby, and obnoxious. But his best friend, Ryan Bremler-the "Bug"-claims vehemently "the Hatchetman" is evil and must be stopped. When Tris finds Bug in a coma from an apparent overdose and reads his final note, he's driven to find out why. What did Hatch do the previous semester to put Bug in psychological Siberia?

Then Hatch targets Tris's new love, the smart, outspoken Brooke Lassiter, and Tris sees the professor's shocking techniques firsthand. How far will an arch-liberal, tyrannical professor go to convince his students of his beliefs? And is Brooke in danger? Tris's search to uncover the truth will lead him to places he's never imagined.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 460
Vendor: Oaktara Publishers
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 160290099X
ISBN-13: 9781602900998
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Author Bio

MARK LITTLETON is the author of nearly 90 books, including fiction for adults, children’s fiction, and a variety of nonfiction for children, teens, and adults. More than a million of Mark’s books are now in print with Moody, Nelson, Cook,Harvest House, Standard, Baker, Multnomah, Zondervan, Howard/Simon & Schuster, and Zonderkidz, to name a few. His books have long been on the bestseller lists and have won numerous awards, including the Award of Merit, Campus Life Magazine Book of the Year Awards and nominations for the Gold Medallion Award. Mark has written for numerous publications, including Reader's Digest, The Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Evening Sun, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Moody Monthly, Leadership, Sunday Digest, Power for Living, and Zelos. A graduate of Colgate University and Dallas Theological Seminary, Mark is a former pastor and youth pastor, and speaks frequently at churches, retreats, conferences and other gatherings.

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