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All Our Wrong Todays

by Elan Mastai

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All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2017, 384 pages
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    Feb 2018, 400 pages

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Don't waste your time with this book!
I checked out this book from my local public library because it was rated 5 stars in this web site. It was disappointing! The first few chapters of the book are filled with middle-school type sexual stories. Just when you think the main character is done telling you about making out with a girl when he was a teenager, here comes the next story. If you are looking for an entertaining, sci-fi, travel story THIS BOOK IS NOT IT!
Shallow, stupid, lacking depth and creativity. Don't bother picking up this book. It is annoying that this book has many good reviews. Ugh!
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