Divorce: Fight, Fight, for Dear Old Egomania

  • by Pete Geissler
  • Narrated by Bobbin Beam
  • 0 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

I am not a lawyer; I am survivor of a divorce that to a great extent was resolved amicably because my lawyer/partner and I adhered to the principles and rules I put forth in this book.
I derived the principles and rules from my experience, conversations with my lawyer/partner, observations of several friends as they meandered and muddled through their divorce proceedings, and from written cases that were similar to mine, all of which I found to be instructive, some of which I found to be bizarre as well.
All of that doesn't detract one bit from the validity of the principles and rules I so fearlessly put forth, and I hope that you and your spouse heed them - with the consent of your lawyers, of course.


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Helpful On One Aspect/Topic Of Divorce-EGO!

First, I must give credit to the BRILLIANT Marketing By The Publisher or Author
There are AT LEAST Seven, 15-30 Min. 'Chapters' in this Divorce 'Book' but they must be purchased separately. At $4 per section, the book is $28! The Author/Publisher can add sections forever! Great strategy.

In order to get the full effect of this 17 minute book, I think that one must listen to all of the chapters – seven of which are available on audible.

I did find bits of myself in what the author expressed. I think most have an egomaniac in themselves

Bobbin Beam did a professional job with narration.

*This book was given to me in exchange for my review. Again, I would recommend listening to each chapter (very clever marketing, releasing them one at a time) in order and in completion. I will probably not pursue this line any further, simply because I have no use for it.

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- DK

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-28-2015
  • Publisher: The Expressive Press