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The Big Necessity

The Unmentionable World of Human Waste and Why It Matters

by Rose George

The Big Necessity
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    Oct 2008, 304 pages
    Jul 2009, 304 pages

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jarrad primrose (07/26/10)

This is the real shiz
I loved dis book ye, this book is off the chain, bro. George was apple to exquisitely present crucial ideas about toilet issues whilst keeping the reader intact and attentive with humorous chunks.
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