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I Am A Big Thai Male Prostitute: A Humorous Confession is an audiobook that will open your eyes. A well-endowed Thai male prostitute Phlap Apirak describes how he became an expert of his trade. Without remorse and with a sense of humor, Apirak describes how he received training in psychological manipulation and social deception to become a wealthy prostitute-businessman.

You will be asking yourself: Is the society so easy to manipulate? Can intelligent women be manipulated to degrade themselves? Is it so easy to make respectable women into sexual slaves? Some sections of the audiobook will make you cringe as evil is represented in a pure, unadulterated form. At other parts, you may feel empathy for Apirak or his victims. This audiobook is not suitable for children.

©2005 The Hermit Kingdom Press (P)2014 The Hermit Kingdom Press

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Vain rant

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

not sure

What could Phlap Apirak have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

stop repeating himself

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Tonya Cornelisse?

don't know

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

irritation

Any additional comments?

This was a Vain person listening to the voices in his head.The writing is irritating and drones on and on. . .on the same subject. Statements that a teenager makes to provide themselves with an excuse for why they are doing something that society in general find trivial or inappropriate. I wish I had not spent money on this autobiography, never got beyond the 3rd chapter. I kept thinking this was a joke book.