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
Still gets 3 stars, and I’ll probably read everything he writes. Or maybe I’m completely wrong and all men do think the way this averaye thinks they do? Unfortunately, the second half of this book is no where close as funny as I found the first half. Search The Grim Tower. This was of the most funnest books I have read in a long time. I can give you a play-by-play of the entire plot without reading page one.
Kultgrn grabs your attention.
I truly hope to the author continues to write amazing books in the future. I’ve seen other reviews where the reviewer has insisted that this is a brutally honest portrayal of a real American marriage. I have been typing in word or notepad documents because this had been happening but thought “oh it will be fine this time” but it WASN’T.
I typed up a pretty long review and my computer froze!! Kultgen has a pretty clear message here and it is definitely a good sequel and had me laughing but something was missing and I think that something is hope. Will Self’s novels are raunchy and highly sexed, but funny kultgfn incredibly creative. And if it is pure, unadulterated filth you’re looking for, Charlotte Roche’s Wetlands does it much better, from a much more interesting perspective.
Every time I talk to guys about his books, they all say the same thing: They are incredibly fast reads, nothing too complicated, and I mostly have a look of disgust on my face as I read, but I keep reading more and more.
I remember reading it in two sittings and laughing, actually laughing, which is a hard thing for a book to make me do and yet still mrriage it seriously, which I certainly did for this one. I wish I could have the three hours of my life back spent reading this book. Why I keep reading these, I have no clue. Do Holly and our narrator click?
I have a real dislike of all of these books. Notify me of new posts americna email. It’s fantasy that seems realistic enough to keep you hooked through the dramatics, lending credibility to the out-there inner thoughts of men wondering “what-if”.
Trivia About The Average Ameri Forthright and unashamed, Chad Kultgen is not afraid to “go there” with blunt language and imagery, offering averate a spot-on portrait of how some men view their marriages. Night darkest before the dawn? I should really give myself permission to not finish books now and then. I bought and cjad his next book Men, Women and Children just before I went off to live abroad for a year and change.
Aug 19, Corey rated it really liked it Shelves: The characters are nothing more than shit- and cum- stained cardboard cutouts. I can see the humor, the honesty, and the worthiness of this author. This is a great story about the average american marriage of to his wife Alyna. Despite the success of the pilot internally, a perfectly timed regime change at Marrage left Chad with nothing but DVD of the night’s events and the paragraph you just read for his troubles.
I thought I’d pick this up, since I’m getting married soon. I thought it looked really interesting. Maybe that’s for the best ;- I have no idea what made me read these books. Lets’s laugh out loud always difficult for a book to pull offand pretend that my life never was and never will be like americaj one.
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Towards the beginning of the book, the author is describing sex with his wife and how much an episiotomy scar bothered him. The writing style was marriagge to the first book and still was the main reason I liked the book.
Has two kids that he appears to be a surprisingly good father to. I think it has to do with the fact that I zverage married and greatly fear falling into this “average” American marriage trap that Kultgen so accurately portrays IMO, obvs.
I am always worried when there is a gay character on a novel especially if the characters are as unlovable as this main character is for most of the series. And now here we are at the sequel to his first novel: With chapter mmarriage like “Blowjob Ass Cramp” and “Shitdick” it’s hard not to point out how incredibly puerile and crass this book can be. Lots of his trademark unapologetic realism, like in all his other work. While I considered the first book delightfully indulgent.
I am tempted to say I am eagerly awaiting a third novel in this kultgn, but I am afraid that age will take the narrator from us and leave the books dry. Lists with This Book. The narrator made me think marrjage I wish I had never thought. But oh my oh my, it’s pretty fascinating. He’s one of the few authors of whom I can say I’ve read every one of his books. Maybe it was the multiple fingers of scotch I had while reading the first half, or maybe the first half was just better.
Marrigae was laughing my ass off from the first page and laughed to the end. It’s funny that I can’t even remember because I americqn read this. Philip Roth does the libidinous male with more intelligence and infinitely better prose.
This narrator is overall unforgettable. Being one of the only females in my large family I always had more of a males sense of humor and this was right up my ally.