Book Review: Amsterdam Exposed by David Wienir

Amsterdam Exposed by David Wienir

Publisher: De Wallen Press

Publication Date: May 1, 2018

Language: English

Kindle Edition: 266 Pages

kindle Price: $2.99 USD

Paperback Edition: 264 Pages

Paperback Edition Price: $12.95 USD

Genre: Non-Fiction

ISBN: 9780999355909

About the Book

Amsterdam Exposed tells the true one-of-a-kind story of an innocent exchange student who moves to Amsterdam hoping to write a book about the red light district and everything that follows. It’s an American abroad story, and also a love story; it’s an uplifting tragedy, full of humor from beginning to end; it’s an Amsterdam survival guide; a sympathetic look at a societal problem; a little piece of policy; a sweet farewell to a world just about gone; and, ultimately, as close as you can come to a free trip to Amsterdam without leaving your couch. In sum, Amsterdam Exposed takes readers deep into the district on a journey never before possible, forever reshaping their understanding of one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world, and the women who work there. If you’ve ever spent time in Amsterdam, or dreamed of doing so, this book’s for you. 

About the Author

David Wienir is a business affairs executive at United Talent Agency and entertainment law instructor at UCLA Extension. Before UTA, he practiced law at two of the top entertainment law firms where he represented clients such as Steven Spielberg and Madonna. This is his fourth book. Previous books include Last Time: Labour’s Lessons from the Sixties (co-authored with a Member of Parliament at the age of 23), The Diversity Hoax: Law Students Report from Berkeley (afterword by Dennis Prager), and Making It on Broadway: Actors’ Tales of Climbing to the Top (foreword by Jason Alexander). Before becoming a lawyer, he was a professional river rafting guide, a speechwriter in the British House of Commons, and a host of Estonia Today on Estonia National Radio. He is also a founder and the first musical director of the Oxford Alternotives, Oxford University’s oldest a cappella close harmony group. He was educated at Columbia, Oxford, The LSE, Berkeley Law, and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and is married to Dr. Dina, a pioneer of the medical cannabis movement and the inspiration for the Nancy Botwin character in the show Weeds. They live in West Hollywood with their teacup Brazilian Yorkie named Lola.


Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through bragmedallion. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 <> : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

I have no words for this book, I am just glad David kept his word and wrote the book. I can’t began to explain how much this book really touched my heart though. So much that I can say, love can be found anywhere and things can happen.

Throughout this book, it has been a constant game of waiting for someone to help him write his book. I don’t believe me says this will ruin anything but when he finally did find the person who was going to help. She basically caught feelings for him from the very beginning. The ending is what will really catch you off guard.

I would recommend this book to anybody who loves a good non-Fiction book as I have enjoyed this book.

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