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Homo Satanis: How I Learned to Love Satan and Other Insights from my Childhood

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Sometimes only an apocalypse can bring change. But who could know this one would involve one of Sweden's most famous and beloved celebrities during the filming of a lighthearted reality show? Fred had no idea, that's for sure. But it gave him the opportunity to take charge of his own life and stop looking back in anger.

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Paperback, 216 pages
Published October 30th 2018 by Books on Demand
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Hayne Pearish-Cook
Mar 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Covering a range of topics that are sometimes silly and sometimes serious, Fred Andersson comes at them all with a unique thoughtfulness and refreshing logic that should ring true for everyone (Satanist or otherwise). Sound, solid advice is given throughout this piece that makes the reader actively WANT to take a step back to examine their lives and better themselves without using guilt as motivation (which is a wonderfully different approach that other authors desperately need to adopt). I high ...more
Niklas Nieminen
Jan 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Fascinating and inspiring. To me this book is a lighthearted cross between a causerie collection and a self improvement guide. It is every bit as entertaining as it is helpful. Highly recommend it to anyone who wants to earn new insight as well as to simply be entertained.
Markus Widegren
Mar 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Fred Andersson has written a very insightful book about being human – from a different perspective than usual. It's interesting, thoughtful, humanistic, satanistic and fun to read! ...more
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