A Bird's Eye View of American Women

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iUniverse, 2006 - Fiction - 132 pages
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A Bird's Eye View of American Women describes women in a cynical, sarcastic, humorous fashion from an outside, "Bird's Eye," point of view. The main focus is to bring forth novel insights about women. Numerous illustrations are included to enhance the written content.A few selections detail important issues concerning both sexes. For example, in the "Office Worker" title, dangerous "gossipers" are discussed-ones who are always hunting, gathering, and blabbering personal information amongst others.Having been involved in healthcare training, the author shares behind-the-scenes footage of healthcare staff in a hospital. The "Psychopath" tells the true story of an emotionally disturbed female stalker on a quest for affection. There are twenty titles to entertain readers' hearts and minds.Those who have an affinity toward bathroom-type humor will surely appreciate some of the insights provided. In fact, it would be very surprising to the author and illustrator if at least a few internal smiles, if not outbursts of laughter, were not emanated.There is no other cynical 'humor book' like this one...enjoy.

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