Married Men

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (14.62 hours)
Product Number: Z1544
Released: Mar 28, 2011
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ISBN: #9781449883119
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Carl Weber is a recipient of the Blackboard Bookseller of the Year Award. Married Men is a fresh and funny take on modern love that has been described as Waiting to Exhale on testosterone. Lifelong friends Kyle, Allen, Wil, and Jay all make mistakes in their marriages-and all get kicked to the curb by their wives. What follows is a wild ride with stops in sleazy hotels, divorce court, and even jail. In their adventure, fueled by Viagra and lovely young ladies, the four men always have each other to lean on.


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Married Men
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Product Number:Z1544
Product Number:CF016

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Author(s): Carl Weber
Product Number CF016
Released: Jun 11, 2003
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ISBN: #9781402560989
Author(s): Carl Weber
Product Number EB00591023
Released: Jan 01, 2015
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Publisher: Dafina
ISBN: #9781617736612

Professional reviews

"Four men in metropolitan New York, friends since childhood, suffer marital difficulties as adults. As they and their wives struggle with responsibility, blame, and the search for truth, their friendships survive and deepen. A full cast performs the story in turns, as told by Wil, Kyle, Allen, Jay, and their wives and girlfriends. Each performer brings credibility and compassion to his or her character, and a notable professionalism that extends even to the men relaying the speech of each other. When the men puff up with self-righteous indignation, the performers bristle audibly. When the characters cry, you can almost hear the tears at the microphone. While the women have only one chapter each to work with, their performances bring a polishing touch to the chronicle. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"