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Kill Me Now!: A Middle Aged Man's Maneuvers Through the Frontline of the Dating Battlefield Paperback – October 18, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
Our new author is a single man in his 40's, possibly one of the worst times in your life to be going for a new relationship. Yet he perseveres on in the face of constant failure, buoyed up by some glimmers of hope and a cheerful personality.
His humor is self-depreciating and his stories are all too believable. Mind you, clearly this is his first book, his writing style is a little rough at times.
But for those that have been there, it can be a compelling read- of course some times the compelling force is what makes us not able to take out eyes away from a train wreck.
I got some serious chuckles and not a few winces.
I rcvd a copy for review.
In the far distant past I've had a few "undesirable" dates and heard some real lalapaloozas from friends... However, author Lawrence Fisher's dating experiences beat anything I have heard or read. He sure met some kooky women.
Not many men are as honest as Fisher...which makes this book seem real. His dates may have most often turned tragic (in his search for true love), but they were amusing to me.
I recommend this book to people still seeking love. It might lift your spirits to know others have it even worse. :-)
Reviewed by Betty Dravis, March 20, 2013
Author of award-winning epic romantic thriller "1106 GRAND BOULEVARD"
Lawrence is man who is middled aged man searching for love. His true life experiences is painful so real. His humor is pointed and slaps the reader in the face with its realism.
The one thing usually you get with these real life dating journals books is how the men drive them crazy and they trash talk the women. This is not the case with this book, This is one of the few told from a man point of view. Not a macho man, just a normal joe type guy. Fisher take the high road and looks at the tasks of hercules (the dating scene) with a logically sound mind and with a lot of humor.
Told almost like a diary setting, you the reader will get caught up in this memoir. What makes this book refreshing is its honesty. Very few men would be this revealing and that what makes this works.
What challeges me is why the book does not develope more into the women mindset themselves. Fisher's insights are great, but i felt like I needed more depth to the situations of the dates.
On the whole, men will laugh and agree at this book...women will be laughing with a warp sense of "It doesnt sound like me at all" kind of mentally.
I am debating to sending this book to all the women in my life..maybe they may get me!
Mr. Fisher gives the highlights err rather lowlights of his dating experience. He covers the first 6/7 months of his dating experiences. The stories are funny and I was laughing so hard that my sides were hurting. Yeah I may have pulled something when he started doing the Joey (Friends) impersonations. "How you doin" I am laughing now as I write this. Just funny. Fisher tells it like it is. Sometimes we think things that are not appropriate for anyone to hear but we are taking inventory within our own mind. We don't want to think that way but sometimes WE DO. There is a reason he wrote a book because the conversations he has in his head are comedy gold.
He doesn't go into full detail of his dates so it never has a boring feel to it and that was good. He only gives us the highlights of the dates. Not all his dates ended up in the book. Which for some may be a good thing. but the ones he told us about. WOW! Just WOW! Sad thing is that people like this do exist and even though he exaggerates the details because admit it we all do it. It's called laughing at a bad situation. It makes it better if you have a way to handle it.
Honestly I found this book quite funny. My sense of humor is kinda off sometimes and it shows on humor books.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a load of rubbish! It's obvious that this author is just interested in cranking out crap to make money. The book has no redeeming value. Don't waste your time and money...Published 18 months ago by Ed Evans
Poor writing skills and not funny at all don't know how he got a book deal. I would recomend skipping this one.Published 23 months ago by ronny
Nothing much here. If I read the title once more in the body of the work, I'd like to follow the writer's instructions! Read morePublished on May 2, 2014 by E. Evans
The other 25% is too much editorializing about his dating opinions. Who cares! I bought the book to read about the dates. Skipped the rest, but the dates were funny.Published on August 1, 2013 by Dee Roberts
This book reminded me of the horror's and good times I had when I was divorced from my 1st husband and started dating again. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by LaGina
Kill Me Now had some funny moments, however, the lack of editing made the read much less enjoyable.
I wish the author much success in his search for happiness.
That was a fun book describing a difficult task. It take a great deal of courage to date . I hope one day to do it again myself. Thanks Lawrence! Read morePublished on May 19, 2013 by Yvette Shaber
Laugh out loud funny. Extreme cases of dating nightmares but still could relate to the stories. I looked a little crazy laughing out loud in public.Published on April 21, 2013 by celia alderete
I could relate to many of the situations described in the novel. I can't believe there are some women out there that fit the role type described by the author. Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by Marc Vromen