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The Second Book of David: Ex-Mormon Temple Worker Tells All

Narrated by: Levi Freud
Length: 2 hrs and 33 mins
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This book is the second in a series. It's a continuation of the best of the best true stories about Sir David, as he prefers to be called.

His stories are at times very funny, interesting, and very captivating. Mostly about the Mormon church and its crazy ways, history, and beliefs, as well as his experiences being both in and out of the church, having resigned twice.

He has been married six times and raised 14 children; most of them are still LDS and have rejected him because he resigned.

©2017 Levi Freud (P)2018 Levi Freud

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very amateurish. Hard to finish.

Wasn't what I expected. very hard to listen to.i guess he has an audience but not me.

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INTERESTING AND FUNNY

I listened to the first book of david before this one and they are both great . I never thought that the Mormon religion could be so intriguing and even comical and captivating.Definitely worth listening to.

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Unbelievable, and very entertaining

I enjoyed this book. It is filled with lots of good information about details in The Mormon Church that no one knows or even reads about. Also, it is downright entertaining with a free flowing style that only the author can put across. Written by someone who has first hand experience in everything he talks about. Its a good read.