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Seven Deadly Sins by Corey Taylor
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Apr 04, 12

Read from April 02 to 04, 2012

To be honest this book is pretty poor,if i was still an angry 18 year old i think i'd probably like it, but there again when i was 18 i hadn't read the Satanic Bible by Anton LaVey which is where the whole premise of this book is lifted from.In the Satanic Bible the idea that the seven deadly sins are merely part of human nature and to be harnessed for your own gain is covered in about ten pages tops, this book drags this out over the entire book interspersed with autobiographical examples of each of the sins.This entire book is a rant and whilst ranting is great when you're an angry young man, when you're a 34 year old like myself it gets tiresome and old very quickly.Due to the restrictions of the topic the author repeats himself several times and gives the impression at times that he's trying to increase his wordcount with filler.Not recommended for adults.
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