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|Date(s):||2000 - 01 July 2007|
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Campus is a Janeway/Seven uber novel by Anik LaChev.
Summary: When established Literature Professor Eliane Darhayne gets a new assistant, headstrong Joanna Craig is certainly not what she has wished for. But when their Institute is threatened by financial cuts and it seems that knowledge is once more worth less than money, they are forced to cooperate, and soon all sorts of sparks begin to fly between the stubborn and stunning ladies...
Recs and Reviews
- "An uber tale set in contemporary European academia. Excellent and borders on being an original fic."
- "Anik LaChev took her time with this story, that's for sure. Seven years, to be exact. Well, I shouldn't complain - I'm one of those lucky souls who stumbled upon this somewhere around chapter IX (there are thirteen, in all) so it was only (?!) two or three years of waiting for me. I can't even tell you how many times I've reread Campus. [...] There are quite a few well chosen and well prepared ingredients that make this story a perfect meal. First of all, the somewhat exotic, academic setting in the ex-Eastern Germany city of Leipzig. Then, of course, as the main course – our characters, one of whom is the double hit on the perennial fantasies (the beautiful, accomplished professor who is also the boss); the other the Uberish version of Seven of Nine (nuff said). [...] Of course, Campus is a love story first and foremost. But, I have always admired the fiction which managed to teach me something without preaching or being overbearing on the issues that matter to the author. Learning about the intricate ways of the academia, the city of Leipzig, some aspects of the classical music, or Italian and Hungarian cooking has been almost as satisfying as the searing hot love story she delivers. [...] Anik LaChev certainly knows how to weave a story. As her other stories prove, she is the Master of Angst. Perhaps one or two hand-wringing situations felt a bit forced or unnecessary, but overall Campus is a joy to read. One of my top five stories of all time... "