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Publisher's Summary

How to Win Friends and Influence People to Like You explores why many people don't have friends and the steps they can take to win new friends (on a personal and professional level).
©2014 Russell Lee (P)2015 Russell Lee
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By Steve and Cameron on 03-13-16

Encouraging

Encouraging to people who have been at the bottom of the barrel . Many of us have been there . Makes me examine my own life and seeing my confidence came from my relationship to my best friend
Jesus . He meets all those inner needs enabling meet to be who He has made me to be . It is good to have an always faithful friend and one who knows you because he made you.

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By Robert on 12-31-15

Diary of a mass shooter😩

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I cannot recommend this book to it for anyone. It reads like the diary of a mass shooter, a person snubbed in high school and blames the world.

What could Russell Lee have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

I could have done without the many negative connotations.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Troy Otte?

I have no clue

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None, I was so shocked by the many negative things I must have missed the message. Teachers are not responsible to find out why a child is quite in school. I was totally confused.

Any additional comments?

I need a refund. How can I get one?

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