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Chad Kultgen, cult hero and author of the buzz-generating illicit classics The Average American Male and The Lie, cuts to the quick of the American psyche like no other author writing today. In Men, Women & Children he explores the sexual pressures at work on a handful of troubled, conflicted junior-high students and their equally dysfunctional parents. From porn-surfing fathers to World of Warcraft-obsessed sons, from competitive cheerleaders to their dissatisfied, misguided mothers, Kultgen clicks open the emotionally treacherous culture in which we live—in his most ambitious and surprising book yet.
This book really makes you think about how technology has changed things and in this case not for the better.Published 4 days ago by iris regueiro-caskey
I don't read many books, but my wife is a voracious reader of novels, and so I thought it'd be fun to read a book together and (stupidly), I picked this one..... Read morePublished 11 days ago by JO
I found this book to be very poorly written, the language is simplistic, with no flare. The story is inane and the characters are stereotypes. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Joan Taylor
Story line was great, I did not like the ending only because it left too many questions left unanswered.Published 1 month ago by Claudia
I do not care what happens to these people.
I read the novel in preparation for the film, based on a great looking trailer. Read more
One star because zero is not an option. Terribly written, no character development, not sure he is aware there are not 5 downs in football. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Although there seemed, at first, an interesting array of characters in Chad Kultgen's Men, Women & Children, the narrative eventually weakened. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Lyons