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The Last Men's Book You'll Ever Need Paperback – May 1, 2008
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David has a very readable style. You'll enjoy him. His sense of humor comes through while he doesn't shy away from tackling key men's issues with solid content. He clearly practices what he preaches as seen in his vulnerability. Sounds like a guy worth listening to.
OK, so the title is a bit tongue in cheek. Don't let that keep you from cracking open the book.
The book is very practical. You'll fine regular sections for discussion and application. I happen to be a big book guy (read a lot) so I particularly apprecaited dozens and dozens of recommended readings and references.
David will guide you straight to the source of what it really means to be a man. I hope you'll take the journey and never be the same for having invested in reading THE LAST MEN'S BOOK YOU'LL EVER NEED.
Moore has written a book that will make a great influence in the next five years and beyond for those who read it.
Thank you for the real stuff.
This is truly the "Last Men's Book You'll Ever Need"!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dave Moore articulates the wisdom of the ages in a way that makes an intellectual wannabe like me comprehend like never before. Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by Clover
David Moore's tongue-in-cheek title is the perfect approach to sharing personal stories and insights to common challenges in life. Read morePublished on September 25, 2009 by Steve Rosebaugh
I was thoroughly disappointed with this book.
I knew I wasted my money from the first page:"Women should feel free to read it. Read more
This book is well written but isn't the book that will bring the men out of the woodwork. I was worried it would be too deep, but instead it lacks any depth and never really speaks... Read morePublished on July 6, 2008 by Pastor Keith