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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Trivia About The Average Ameri After two years of being entrenched with rock-stars and their entourages, Chad moved on to become a staff writer for one of American Media’s most beloved supermarket tabloids. On the other hand, if your into alcohol, sex and rotten marriages, this is for you! If you’re a woman or a amercan and find this book gross or shocking its just further proof that you can’t handle the reality of what menMOST men actually think and sayit’s genius and this kind of raw honesty is kulttgen.

But it was just had way too many words that I don’t want to hear 20 times in a sentence. Hiking with Nietzsche by John Kaag Sep 25, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Your email address will not be published. It’s just that this book does a terrible job of it. You can see his photos at Tom Crown Kills. I’ve now read most of Kultgen’s fiction, and it’s mostly the dame thing overall – sex-obsessed men behaving badly. The characters here, up to and including the protagonist, don’t seem to be happy.

The Average American Marriage by Chad Kultgen

The writing style is simplistic and direct which makes the work feel more truthful than it already is. This book is so good, I cant put it down. I can see the humor, the honesty, and the worthiness of this author. I was really excited about the sequel to The Average American Male.


Jennifer Egan writes much more engagingly on technology and loneliness. Another subject that the book addresses is Facebook. The narrator made me think things I wish I had never thought.

Search The Grim Tower. How have I not read him before? The above quote is how I felt when I was a little more than halfway through Average American Marriage. If the mxrriage was more skilled he could have injected some life into the story.

Her body gives him chicken skin because it is no longer the shape he married. That isn’t to say that this is a bad thing, it just has an ending that’s a little more solemn than I was expecting.

Also, a sexy intern shows up. Everyone is brought down here by the doldrums of modern life. His first job was writing for one of the most widely circulated trade magazines in the music industry, HITS. The plot line for the most part is exactly in line marriagee the characters and I was happy about that. I won this through Goodreads first reads, and I cant tell you just how grateful I was. The second was not bad and I would readily read it again, but it does not have the same feel as the first book.

We go through the day by day motions with this man. I thought it looked really interesting. What’s left from all this? It was good, very good. A man detests his wife.

Chad paints a picture here that a lot of people know is true, but never want to admit. Holly is one of them he finds himself imagining sexual encounters with. May 03, Dina Saur rated it did not like it. The Average American Marriage will fly through your life marriaage high speed, and will be worth every joyous second.



Feb 15, Yair Ben-Zvi rated it really liked it. He lives in the United States. Though anything but a psychologist I can see a lack when it’s this ever-present. Chad speaks the truth!

This may be a tactic the author planned as the main character has grown older and has gotten married, but it also dampened the spirit of the book a bit.

While I absolutely loathed the husband, his thoughts and candid pervertedness was so accurate and appalling, Kultgn felt like I could see through his soul.

When that falls short of adequate satisfaction, he strikes up an affair with marriate younger, more adventurous woman at work, the intern he hired.

The Average American Marriage (Average American, book 2) by Chad Kultgen

Lets’s laugh out loud always difficult for a book to pull offand pretend that my life never wa You would think this humorous, deadpan, distanced, nuanced, oversexed style would be difficult for Chad to maintain for all of his books, but you’d be wrong – this is just as entertaining as its predecessor and the rest of Chad’s catalog.

He got close to offending me.

His books are compelling to me because they represent an unvarnished truth, which is refreshing but ultimately banal. Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom did the mid-life crisis much better.