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"In 2005, the author was jilted at the altar and turned the experience into the memoir Honeymoon With My Brother. In this follow-up, the bros decide to hit the road again, this time researching how countries around the world (including Nicaragua, New Zealand and India) value love. This quirky and charming book not only gives you insight into the male mind but also makes you want to explore your own notions of what love means.”--Redbook
“In the style of Dave Barry, the author relates his experiences with self-deprecating humor.”—Publishers Weekly
Read this book, it is open and honest, heartfelt, laugh-out-loud funny, educational and above all will leave you feeling inspired!Published 3 months ago by Jessica McLeish
I loved that it is a true story and Franz had the guts to walk away from everything, and discover many things about himself, his brother, and had the patience to let life lead him... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Melody
I am sorry to say that I was very disappointed in this book. I loved Wisner's first book, Honeymoon with my brother, but this was really just a recap of his relationship and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joan
This book opens the eyes ( if you haven't traveled outside of the USA) to different styles of love, courting, marriage and family values. All true and good but different. Read morePublished on September 1, 2013 by Teresa
A wonderful follow up to honeymoon, Wisner really outdid himself with this new adventure! I love all the wisdom and valuable advice, very meaningful.Published on February 14, 2012 by G Waller
If you liked Honeymoon with my Brother this is another great read from Franz Wisner. I thought it was a little slow going but once I got into it I really enjoyed it. Read morePublished on March 3, 2011 by Brusso
I start to read quite a few books, often don't finish them if they aren't compelling enough. This one though decent in the beginning almost fell into the not going to finish pile. Read morePublished on November 21, 2009 by J. Reeves
I absolutely loved Kurt Wisner's self deprecating writing style as he weaved his story back and forth between his new relationship and his continued travels and cultural education. Read morePublished on September 3, 2009 by Dan Parnas