Freshman Chris Carter knew his life would take on new directions and challenges, but he has no concept of what lies before him when he steps foot on the small college campus in Shreveport, LA. His simple, safe and structured world of black and white is quickly turned into shades of gray as he must deal with an entrenched fraternity system, sexual involvement that violates his strict Baptist upbringing, and what literally become life-altering and life-threatening decisions. An unwilling participant in the many forms that bullying takes, Chris' life is totally transformed in nine short months. His journey takes place in a time of presumed innocense sandwiched between the sexual awakening of the 50's and the sexual revolution of the 70's, a time affected greatly by uncontrollable external forces.
Drawing The Line is alarmingly intense, often humurous,highly sensual with adult situations and a realistic snapshot of today's Baby Boomer's life in the 60's. Boomers will surely pass on this book to the next generation so they will realize that there are some things that never change.