Seed's Sketchy Relationship Theories - A Guide To The Perils Of Dating is
- you guessed it - a self-help book trying to assist us regular single folk in
finding a reliable steady partner so that we can get out of the today's hectic dating scene.
The author uses the nom de plume "Seed," and even though he
attempt to spell it out, I still have no idea why. He explains the nickname as
useful because he uses multiple viewpoints throughout this book, even, as he says, the
The relationship guide is a funny, raw, passionate look at the world of relationships. The back cover says that Seed tackles the most serious issues in relationships today;
that's what the back cover says. I say the author cusses way too much (every other word practically), but the good news is that he tells it like it is in the long run.
If you can get over the raw language and actually read the whole thing, you might learn something valuable
to take with you on your next night out.
This book is mainly for the 21 and over crowd who go out pretty much every night in the hopes of hooking up. I would probably not recommend this book as a serious read
- heck, the author really doesn't either - but if you have nothing else to do and would like a funny look at the world of relationships today, I would check it out of your local library. No need to
throw your hard-earned money at it.