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Written on: 19/04/2009
Shyam Amladi & Garth T. Pendleton's, Why Me? Confused American Male is anexcellent read. Very funny, looks like the author lives a charmed life. Blokes like him and the tangles they get into tear me up!… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/03/2009
Shyam Amladi & Garth T. Pendleton's "Why Me? Confused American Male" is highly recommend. Light reading, but in its own strange way, informative about people and their traits. Everyday topics handled with good style. I think in America we have lost what used to be family style fun, where subtly poking fun at each other is part of social life and interaction. Good, funny and engaging read… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/03/2009
Why Me? Confused American Male by Shyam Amladi & Garth T Pendleton is a fantastic book. You will love it. I think it is still sold through Amazon!!
Quick reading. Being a female, I enjoyed the barbs at the expense of males---deliciously thrown by another male, specially where his wife, Nora is so much smarter than him!. No wonder men are such babies! Clean humour.
Another thing. Author is very observant, as many of the episodes are very common, and yet I was amazed at the humorous or ironic… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2007 by wildhumdinger (3 reviews written)
Garth is a great study in today's man -- confused, ambitious, always trying, and barely succeeding. Reminds me of Ralph Kramden… Read Full Review
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