4 out of 4 stars
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An enlightened book based on the male perspective of love, friendship and life in general. The story is about four men who became friends in college. It tells about their interactions over the span of fifteen years. In those fifteen years you share in their fears about life; their love for those around them and their reinvention into men that function within the parameters of society and the hand that life has dealt them.
There are laugh out loud moments that will make you hold you stomach and wipe your eyes. There are moments of wonder in which you'll shake your head and become speechless and there will be moments of commiseration in which you will feel connected to the characters and fully understand what is going on.
Eytan Uliel author of Man Mission is a superb storyteller that engages his readers from the initial page. The prose is relatable, descriptive and transporting. Eytan does an excellent job of conveying events, creating characters and sharing the inner working of the male mind and how that mind interprets events.
4 out of 4. There are many things to like. First and foremost is the storyline; it is engaging. Second is the ease of and flow of the writing style. Third is the candidness of the author.The most disliked aspect of this book is the format. I'm unsure as to the cause of the issue, but the many, many blank pages between the writing made it a chore to read the story fluidly.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in seeing the world through the eyes of four men who have shared a bond since their college days.
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