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Perpetuating the Species
by Spencer Phelps   

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Category: 

Humor

Publisher:  BookBaby.com ISBN-10:  B008H7CFCO
Pages: 

250

Copyright:  July 1, 2012 ISBN-13:  9781623090869

Mike Lynch believes everything has a reason for existing, including our naughty bits. He now has a desperate urge to fulfill his basic human duty by using those bits to procreate. He just doesn’t want to deal with the aftermath.

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On one hand, Mike Lynch hates kids. He can’t stand how they scream all the time, poop themselves, everything. That probably comes from his father reminding Mike throughout his childhood that he was never wanted. On the other hand, that ice of indifference surrounding Mike's biological clock starts to thaw after his girlfriend gives birth to someone else’s child.

Mike believes everything has a reason for existing, including our naughty bits. He now has a desperate urge to fulfill his basic human duty by using those bits to procreate. He just doesn’t want to deal with the aftermath. To get around this self-imposed dilemma, Mike takes a three-day weekend trip to Indiana, finds some women who are also looking to get laid, and tries to get them pregnant. He justifies his actions by assuming the people he encounters are going to get pregnant during one-night stands anyway. At least with his being the sperm donor, their child will be born to serve a greater purpose: Mike’s.

When he returns to Indiana a year later to see if the scheme was a success, confronting the results of his actions elicits more emotions than he knew he had. Now Mike has no idea how he’ll react when he discovers his child.





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Reader Reviews for "Perpetuating the Species"

Reviewed by Laurie Franco 12/5/2012
I absolutely LOVED this book, and was laughing out loud at some parts. I love the fact that a man can write about this and gave it such a "male" point of view. A woman could not do this type of story justice! I thought Ben and Mike were great, and I think the whole plan was great. I couldn't believe Sara cheated after Mike stupidly thought he was one of a select few that she slept with. I could totally picture this story happening in real life. I was a bit sad by Dana's reaction to the whole plot, that was kind of a bummer, but overall, this book was freakin awesome! Lol!! Great job! ; )


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