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Benjamin Wallace
Benjamin Wallace is the bestselling author of Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors, the Dumb White Husband series and other nonsense. He lives is Dallas, Texas where he complains about the heat--a lot. www.benjaminwallacebooks.comwww.dumbwhitehusband.com show more

Benjamin Wallace is the bestselling author of Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors, the Dumb White Husband series and other nonsense. He lives is Dallas, Texas where he complains about the heat--a lot. www.benjaminwallacebooks.comwww.dumbwhitehusband.com
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Brainy Reads
Brainy Reads rated it 9 years ago
What did you like most about the book? The author's humour. Everything was served sunny side up and however cynical you are, you cannot get to the end of this and not laugh. Think of it as Dr.House meets Robin Williams. What did you like least? Nothing. The formatting was perfect, the editing was po...
Imagination in Books
Imagination in Books rated it 9 years ago
Was the book different from what you expected? Very different. I was expecting a book a somewhat serious book filled with mistakes or reflections. What I got was side splitting laughter and humility which most authors make it a point to not include in their books. Share a quote or two from the book....
Blog-A-Licious Authors
Blog-A-Licious Authors rated it 9 years ago
What do you think will be your lasting impression of this book? For this reader, the lasting impression was simply the feel good feeling that you are not alone. The mistakes you have made, no matter how silly or hilarious, has been made by someone else. What did you think of the cover? It was simple...
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http://www.authors-friend.com/ rated it 9 years ago
Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? I laughed at almost every page. There were some minor typos, like here and hear so this was a bit distracting but other than that this was not a forced read. I had a lot of fun with this book.How realistic was the c...
Top o' Mornin' to Ya
Top o' Mornin' to Ya rated it 9 years ago
What were the main themes of the book? Humour, marriage and life. The author shares his thoughts on real-life situations but does so in a way that will have you laughing out loud.Describe 2 different settings or locations. When Erik calls Chris. This conversation is more typical than people realise....
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