Chad Kultgen graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts. His novels include The Average American Male, The Lie, and Men, Women & Children. He lives in California.
Chad Kultgen has always been focused on his male characters over the females but he takes it too far here.
Even though there are parts where you just end up hating all the characters, Kultgen keeps you wanting reading more and more.
I love this author and I highly recommend this book to anyone who can only read if the book stimulates you.
The published reviews are of books other than the LIE. I bought it with only the editorial hype. It was a mistake. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gerald S. Gold
The ending ruined for me what was, for the first 3 quarters, a pretty decent book. I picked this one up after reading "The Average American Male" and "The Average... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jennifer A. Covert
The book keeps the reader intrigued but goes off general stereotypes. The book is demeaning towards women and gives a skewed view of college life and Greek life for most... Read morePublished 12 months ago by abbie charlton
Chad's books give us girls a little insight. A new perspecive on things should always be welcome and I think this is definately a new one.Published 12 months ago by bordergirl
My main dislike with this product has nothing to do with the delivery or the amazon company, but the fact that the story is horrible. Purchase at your own risk!Published 14 months ago by Andrew Whittaker
This book is more vulgar then I like. It's a dark read. Has drugs, sex,& betrayal as main theme of the book.Published 14 months ago by Rita A. Denner
Makes me hate women more. I despised them before but now I despise them even more. Shows how fake, materialistic and dececive women can be.Published 15 months ago by Mark Kowalskk