Quarter Life Crisis: A Novel by Patrick Anderson Jr.Quarter Life Crisis: A Novel by Patrick Anderson Jr.
Published August 2014
Genres: New Adult
three-half-stars
Format: ARC

Note: I was granted an advanced reader's copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my rating or the content of my review.
 

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Sean is a twenty-five year old disenchanted college grad who just rediscovered his love for video games, which is only exceeded by his love for weed and alcohol.

Lauren's a twenty-four year old college dropout turned working mother, who's just walked in on her husband (and the father of her two year old son) having sex with another woman in their apartment.

Sean meets Lauren. Lauren meets Sean. Then their real stories begin.

Together, Sean and Lauren represent a large portion of our society, a generation of individuals entering their mid- and late-twenties in the new millennium. Many of them have been told to dream big and aim high, that the next four years will be the best of their lives (a depressing thought). A few of them fulfill these dreams. Most don't, and in a time when acquiring a college degree has become more an expectation than an accomplishment, Sean and Lauren must break the mold society's set in front of them if they ever hope to achieve true happiness.