About the Book
Struggle, sweat, bleed, fall . . . then rise stronger than before.
Attending a single sex boarding school in Virginia, Lee Mills is a student with powerful charisma. Going to a school where the boys are happy, but the sheep walk funny, Lee and his friends have their share of good times and mischief until a conflict between Lee and his English professor, Dr. Gilder, draws a line between teacher and student, casting the two into an ideological war.
Antaeus is a humorous story of the importance of life lived according to principles, and a demonstration of how even through a seemingly crushing defeat, there is victory for one who remains true to himself.
About the Author
Ritchie Gillespie is a graduate of both Woodbury Forest School and Hampden-Sydney College, two all-male schools. Knowing both the humor and the stress associated with boarding school, Ritchie Gillespie is ale to combine the philosophical narration of Ayn Rand with a dose of irreverent humor.