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  • By leecoulbeck
    Jun 16, 2011
    Love is only a mouse click away.......... I very much enjoyed this book of Poems. These fast flowing, tidy tales that were both charming, sometimes uncalming with there honesty of internet dating. I smiled and tittered and felt the frustrations of similar and familiar experiences. The endless trawling through photos and profiles, searching for 'The One'. The successes and failures. The ones that got away, the ones you wished that had! A witty and intelligent read, the main feature is complimented by five other Poems. A must read for 'Cyber Lovers' everywhere, who have signed up and logged in.
  • By Kevin Webster
    Feb 21, 2011
    The Cyber Mermaid is a witty expose on Internet Dating. Punctuated throughout with poignantly naïve illustrations, the reader is guided through every conceivable scenario of cyber-love. Illuminating and insightful, Jane Air’s satirical ‘take’ on this otherworldly existence brings home the very real trials and tribulations facing singletons everywhere. Timely and imaginatively portrayed in extended verse, The Cyber Mermaid is a ‘must’ read for anyone about to dive into the murky waters of the intimate internet. If you are about to dip your toes in this absurd world of sharks and mermaids..read this book first, it could be your lifeline!
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Product Details

ISBN
9781446685907
Publisher
Jane Air
Published
February 25, 2011
Language
English
Pages
78
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.37 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
Product ID
14600372
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