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The fake cover was discovered in a branch of the Foyles bookstore in Charing Cross Road, London, this weekend by client Alex Bray, who shared the discovery on his Twitter and Facebook accounts.
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Except, the renewal of the mysterious mind now means that the book's cover is slightly different.
The front presents a false quote by Donald Trump that says: "A very beautiful book. Fantastic No, it's a great book. All words. All pages."
Instead of the previously straight picture of David Cameron, he looks sad and seems to bite his lip nervously on the fake cover.
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Turning back, the ridicule continues in the chaos of the book.
It reads: "The women wanted it. The men wanted to be him. The animals feared him. He had the world at his feet, yet he threw it away for a bitter rivalry that began at the urinals of Eton forty years ago.
"This is not so much a book as a model of how to completely destroy a country – written by a tired man with a face like a satellite dish entirely made of ham."
The testimonies include the former medal winner Linford Christie, whose quote reads: "Horrible and exciting in equal measure".
The fake cover also features a strong endorsement by Judy and Andy Murray, with the aforementioned couple saying: "A badly written joke around the world, with almost no reference to tennis".
Discovering the hoax, Judy Murray has delightedly revealed the creator's work on Twitter.
Someone added an alternate book cover with fake reviews to David Cameron's memoirs in Foyles on Charing Cross Road. And one of the false reviews is of @andy_murray and I. 👇🏼🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/H3W4Gxepqz
– judy murray (@JudyMurray) 19 October 2019
The mockery continues on the inner lapel, with the former Prime Minister indicated as "late developer with overactive bladder and tiny hands".
According to Foyles, it is believed that the fake jacket is only on a copy of the book, with the offensive object now removed from the sale.
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However, since the images were published on Twitter and Facebook by Alex Bray, it was an influx of interests both offline and online, in the purchase of the book with the jacket not authentic.
The Twitter post was currently shared almost 5000 times and in the same way, at the time of writing, the same content on Facebook was republished 21,000 times.
And the life of the former prime minister after his political career? According to the fake cover, "David lives in a strange hut on wheels in the Cotswolds. He keeps wasps and produces his vinegar. & # 39;