Set The Rum Diaries or I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell in an out-of-control fraternity house, and you get TOTAL FRAT MOVE -- the next (d)evolution in college debauchery.
Put simply, it is time for a national update on college fraternity life. Greek life today makes Animal House (now more than three decades old) look like a Pixar movie. The Total Frat Move website and twitter feed were created by three Texas State grads to fill this vacuum for "fraternity humor" and both went viral the minute they hit the web and have not stopped growing since.
This book of completely new, narrative material will give everyone a chance to experience the glory that is college life through the eyes of Townes Prescott III, the fictional epitome of an entitled, rich, hard-partying frat brother. Prescott will guide readers through all of the "nuances" of 21st century frat life, including such impressionable moments as Rush, Bid Night, Hazing, Tailgating, Road Trips and, of course, Parents' and Alumni Weekend.
Townes Prescott went to college because he was told to. He joined a fraternity and raged like an untamed animal because he wanted to. He wrote about it because the world needed to know. Townes is a fictional character created by TotalFratMove.com to accurately embody all aspects of the modern fraternity experience.