Review Cloyne Court by Dodie Katague

In 1942, Cloyne Court was born as the original “Animal House.” But the real story begins when Cloyne went co-ed in 1972 with the arrival of 62 women. Based on the author’s journals, Katague’s coming-of-age, reveal-all, creative memoir takes place in at Berkeley in the late 1970’s, soon after the women moved in.

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 871 KB
  • Print Length: 328 pages
  • Publisher: Three Clover Press (December 28, 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
  • Language: English

Talk about your life in an animal house. It is amazing how well you get a long with a group of guys when you are around them for a length of time.  You got it all, drugs, rock-n-roll, sex and more.  It’s no wonder that Derek graduates with less than honors.   The fun he had along the way was priceless.  Back in those days we might all have done the same thing.  I enjoyed the read and lets you see what really went on back in the day.  You will laugh, reminiscence, might be shocked at some things, but it’s all good.

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