©2001 Carl Weber; (P)2002 Recorded Books,LLC
Enjoyed the storytelling and the depictions of Black men and their rational, motives and values about relationships. Their brotherly bond and stresses were weaved in well.
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.
The drama surrounding the men's lives made the listen very enjoyable.
Waiting to Exhale would be the female version of Married Men because each deals with four people of the same sex and their ongoing issues.
Most of the men's voices were quite pleasant and manly.
It's still so fresh in my mind and they all had very interesting lives, so I'll say all of them. But for some reason, Kyle is my favorite character, not sure why though. It just seems like I can relate to him the most.
It was a book that I look forward to listening to every chance I had.
The audio version was easy to follow and hard to put down. I enjoyed every car ride.
Not comparable. I felt like I was one of the guys silently listening.
The performance was okay. I wish they had more emotion.
I was moved by the issues each guy went through in their marriage and how they were able to admit and still be there and fight for their family.
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.
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