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Author, Thumoslang for Character Renovation

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Nickantony Quach is the author of the 2022 book Thumoslang for Character Renovation (TCR). It is the second book written to teach Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social life. It is easier to explain its importance when comparing it with the first book, Mr. Quach’s 2022 book Life in 184 Words, also known as Thumoslang on the Run (OTR).

After explaining the purpose of Thumoslang and demonstrating several concrete outcomes in the first six chapters, the first book (OTR) walks the reader through a sequence of chapters explaining basic concepts in Thumoslang. They give rise to the four basic Thumoslang lessons, which help the reader understand the 184 words for life and love presented by OTR’s Chapter 39, Final Words for Humanity. The 184 words by themselves may be the shortest nonfiction ever written.

In Mr. Quach’s 2017 book, THUMOS: Adulthood, Love, & Collaboration, also known as the original Thumos textbook (OTB), his co-author Mark Canny stated that things make more sense with a good balance between logic and emotion. While OTR emphasizes the logic of Thumoslang, the second book (TCR) shares the emotion generated by the vocabulary. It takes the reader through a slow-burn transformation based on Thumoslang of three individuals: Norman Baker, Alec Mustafayev, and last but not least important subject, Lyonel Fritsch. The reader will internalize the nomenclature by learning what they think of the vocabulary, how they helped develop it further, and why it influenced their lives.

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