©2001 Carl Weber; (P)2002 Recorded Books,LLC
I loved each individual story. I got to see different men's points of views in different situations. All of the narrators were great. I also liked how the last couple of chapters were the women's point of view. I will definitely recommend this book to my friends.
Good Story.... a few good twists and turns- but it seemed like it took forever for the story to get moving!!! Still a good read/listen!
The narrator's did a good job, but it was a little disturbing to hear the men doing voices for women when a romantic moment happened.
It probably deserves a higher rating than 1 star if you enjoy marital gossip and are fifty years old. Take my rating with a grain of salt as I am in my twenties and single. Simply said, this book sucks.
Author is only good at dialogue. There are no good prose.
Use description! It's hard to enjoy a book that only uses dialogue to get a point across. Webber limits the overall story by relying only on one aspect of writing.
Narrators did a good job. Yes, I would.
Loved how he mentioned many different historical places for New Yorkers from Queens.
He could learn a lot from Eric Jerome Dickey. Being a good writer means more than just having characters talk smack to each. Webber is a one dimensional writer.
The book was ok. I didn't like the way the men were treated by the women. They came off as weak to me. I may listen to it again and I may not. This wasn't one of my favorites.
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