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"[Abrams] reads every sentence with a bombastic punch and in lawyerly fashion ends the audiobook with a closing argument." - AudioFile
"Abrams himself reads this short, entertaining book in a tone that, like Man Down, doesn't take itself too seriously. Recommended for public libraries." - Library Journal
Perhaps his book is tongue in cheek.
Hey,why did Dan Abrams not mention firefighters???Because he knows that firefighting is generally a very physical job and that men are better than women at that job.
So if you are looking for a fun read and some quirky examples of female superiority that will surprise you, this book has much to offer.
I've always been a Dan Abrams fan and now I know why. This book confirmed my suspicions all along. Strong women don't need affirmation, but this book is just fun. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michaelene Edgerton
I gave a copy to my son's girlfriend and I have a copy so we compare notes...Even after being married 47 years I learned a lotPublished 9 months ago by R. Johnson
let me go through the list why women are not the best of everything.
1. TERRIBLE DRIVERS: ALL DAY AND NIGHT. THEY'RE ALWAYS ON THE PHONE. Read more
This book is so humorous in a eye opening way. I loved it. It was a page turner because I found myself wanting to see what his next perspective was on the next subject. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lana Bruns
this is a beginner's lesson in women's studies. Dan Abrams did his research, and came up with areas where women are superior. It does debunk all the myths about men.Published 18 months ago by Rosalie Conti
Ladies, next time you're feeling down, read a couple of chapters. Abrams makes a very convincing case for how women's talents and abilities surpass that of men... Read morePublished 20 months ago by bookfanatic1979
After glancing through other reviews of 'Man Down' I am surprised at how polarizing people find the book, and the lengths to which they go to discredit the conclusions. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jill Clardy
Dan Abrams is a television legal analyst currently working for ABC's Good Morning America. After reading a lighthearted article about how women are superior to men in a variety of... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jane Easterly
Ladies, nothing new here. We already knew everything in this book. I read it in an hour. I needed a confidence boost and it did the trick.Published on February 4, 2013 by beth menchaca