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A Thousand Tiny Failures

By T D Newton
  • ISBN Code: : 1492375772
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 334
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Sebastian had man-boobs, and life was a bummer...until he got surgery and discovered an online community of Pickup Artists. Moving to Montreal, he stumbles into a world of parties, sex, drugs, and drama - only to emerge with a new, but questionable understanding of himself, women, and the human condition. What compels a man to relentlessly flirt for sport, and at what cost? Part instruction manual, part hipster-Unicorn sexual adventure story, A Thousand Tiny Failures is a hilarious and insightful novel, for men who want to improve, and women who want to understand.

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