At the world’s most exclusive law school, there’s a secret society rumored to catapult its members to fame and fortune. Everyone is dying to get in.
Jeremy Davis is the rising star of his first-year class. He’s got a plum job with the best professor on campus. He’s caught the eye of a dazzling Rhodes scholar named Daphne. But something dark is stirring behind the ivy.
When a mysterious club promises success beyond his wildest dreams, Jeremy uncovers a macabre secret older than the university itself. In a race against time, Jeremy must stop an ancient ritual that will sacrifice the lives of those he loves most and blur the lines between good and evil.
In this extraordinary debut thriller, Danny Tobey offers a fascinating glimpse into the rarefied world of an elite New England school and the unthinkable dangers that lie within its gates. He deftly weaves a tale of primeval secrets and betrayal into an ingenious brain teaser that will keep readers up late into the night.
Packed with enigmatic professors, secret codes, hidden tunnels, and sinister villains, The Faculty Club establishes Danny Tobey as this season’s most thrilling new author.
©2010 Daniel Tobey (P)2010 Simon & Schuster
It was really painful to listen to the author trying to demonstrate that the characters were so very smart, because what they were saying was so very dumb. The kept coming up for me during the entire book. Also, I found the main character pretty unsympathetic.
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I was suprised the Brad Thor recommended this book. The review never implied the science fiction aspect of this book. The book started out good but went down hill and got bizzar. The story never recovers. Dont waste your time on this book. In my opinion.
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