Chad Kultgen’s latest novel, The Average American Marriage is the sequel to his provocative first novel, The Average American Male. That leaves us with Chad Kultgen’s newest release, The Average American Marriage. It’s the sequel to Chad’s debut in publishing; The. In Kultgen’s sequel to The Average American Male, his unnamed narrator is now unhappily married to Alyna and they have two kids, Andy and.
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The Average American Marriage by Chad Kultgen
Chad Kultgen, achieves a major feat nobody who rates the book talks about the written structure, everybody talks about the content. I typed up a pretty long review and my computer froze!! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. However Carlos is handled well and so sverage the idea of polyamory.
However, when the author and I’ve read an interview or two says he bases his books on what ALL men actually think. Notify me of new posts by email. A man detests his wife. His first job was writing for one of the most widely circulated trade magazines in the music industry, HITS.
I’ve been following Chad Kultgen for some years now. Feb 24, Shawn rated it liked it.
My only negative thought: One can look at this novel in one or two ways: Feb 11, Joanna rated it really liked it Shelves: I can see the humor, the honesty, and the worthiness of this author. But we begin with whatever-the-hell-his-name-is. While I can personally assure women that Kultgen’s protagonist is on the extreme side of male centric personality defects – his encapsulation of the turmoil and inner demons men struggle with is largely accurate.
Most of the minds of these males seem like they are based on the stereotypical movie frat boy type thinking.
Feb 10, Isaiah rated it really liked it Shelves: Take Charles Bukowski and multiple it by a nasty factor of at least The writing style is simplistic and direct which makes the work feel more truthful than it already is. The book surprised me. However she given him two kids and spends her days taking care of them. Qmerican it was just had way too many words that I don’t want to hear 20 tim 1.
Is that a bad view of my ss? But it is well written, and I read the whole thing. This is a good ending point for the series and does give some closure to the lives of the characters.
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ARGH I am so mad Learn how your comment data is processed. And if it is pure, unadulterated filth you’re looking for, Charlotte Chas Wetlands does it much better, from a much more interesting perspective. He’s brutal in his honesty.
Feb 07, Sandi Widner rated it really liked it Shelves: His talent is even more obvious when he writes in first person, like in this This is classic Chad Kultgen.
And on numerous occasions I’ve had hearty John Magua laughs while kultten this book. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
At a certain point our hero states all of this in a drug-warped stupor, and it is very sad. This book proves that not only does Kultgen bring nothing narratively other than the ability to regurgitate the time-old tale of mid-life crisis and a penchant for the pornographic; but, his entire idea of marriage is based on television and movies where this story has existed long before he put pen to page.
If you are not into the mans take of a “fifty shades of gray” I would suggest saving yourself the time and the money. Though cheating, divorce and custody are some of the most serious words in human cohabitation; Chad finds a way to make it all a little tongue in cheek. But kulttgen Kultgen sort of slips is the mistaking of pleasure for happiness as Roger Ebert stated reviewing Todd Solondz’s film Happiness.
I even this this will be this years christmas present for the whole family. And I could kick myself for chxd the others!
Feb 14, Mentor rated it it was amazing.
Jun 21, Giselle rated it it was ok. I’m pretty sure this is satirical, though. I didn’t buy it sorry Chad but I did buy his next book Msrriage Lie and enjoyed it though not quite as much as its predecessor as it seemed to let go of some of the comedy in lieu of some Bret Easton Ellis style collegiate emptiness. I recommend this book, but I highly recommend the first book.
Facebook, video games, parties, drugs, all the standards new and old, of ritual and instant gratification are here. Your email address will not be published. Aug amwrican, Deanna rated it did not like chaf. This may b Check out more of my reviews at http: Philip Roth does the libidinous male with more intelligence and infinitely better prose.
A sweet, delightful read about a amwrican father and husband. Even at the most desperate moments, our narrator knows that his end is over dueeverything seems like a foregone conclusion.
Marrixge shows you in this two-hundred some pages what it’s like to be married, have kids, and keep moving forward in a life, even if it’s not exactly how you pictured it.