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The relationship book to end all relationship books. The Last Relationship Book You Will Ever Need does more than tell you what men and women secretly want from the opposite sex. It examines how and why your relationship is more than likely a fraud. It tells you why everybody in a relationship will face infidelity in one form or another and it truthfully explains how society and its good intentions will always ruin your relationship. The 13th book from highly controversial author Jeremiah Dotson.

©2016 Jeremiah Dotson (P)2016 Jeremiah Dotson

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Like eating a sandwich with poop on it

Okay I'm trying to avoid swearing here. But Let me clarify my subject. This book is so much truth it puts Jesus to shame. We all have this sandwich with a small piece of poop inside of it. I don't care what great or healthy ingredients are in it, it's still a poop sandwich. This guy points out all that poop In relationships and tears the denial right out of your arse. This is quite literally the best and last relationship book out there. Only issue I had was the audible performance. The dude talks so fast and silly (purposefully I assume) that I had to put the speed setting on the slowest option. One other issue is that it's packed full of the most true logic posssible, but it's all opinion. Not a single study or real example was mentioned. It's all "for example, if you do XY or X" rather than "50 of people who do this will cause this" etc. That creates trust issues with the material. Other than that, this book is superrrr fun to listen to and extremely important that both you and a partner should read together. It will open your eyes.

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