Official Review: The Wild Tiger Honeymoon Handbook

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Official Review: The Wild Tiger Honeymoon Handbook

Post by EmunahAn » 12 Mar 2018, 07:45

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "The Wild Tiger Honeymoon Handbook" by Allen Neos.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The day after your wedding is finally here. You have waited and now it is time for you to have your loved one all to yourself. What are the dos and don’ts? What should you pack and what should you leave behind? What should you know beforehand? What should you expect after the honeymoon? At least one of these questions is bound to be plaguing your mind. Marriage is a whole new chapter in your life that can be perturbing. Still, it does not have to be confusing.

The Wild Tiger Honeymoon Handbook by Allen Neos offers great tips that can guide any couple while they plan to embark on the wonderful journey of marriage beginning with the honeymoon. Allen Neos offers great insight on what each person can do to make their honeymoon and generally, the whole marriage, a great success. He offers that it all starts with understanding and appreciating the difference between a man and a woman.

The book is short, which makes it a great and quick read. Considering the fact that not many honeymooners have the time to read a lengthy book, its size is definitely ideal. The structure was also thoughtfully drafted. The topics are highlighted clearly and the author also distinctly captures the various differences between the way men think and act as compared to women. Allen Neos also starts the book with a brief history of when honeymoons began and in many cases starts each chapter with a comical quote. This provided a great backdrop of the content of the book and each chapter respectively. Each point is bulleted and comprehensively discussed. Still, Allen Neos was careful to include only relevant information so as not to burden the reader with too many details.

The cover of The Wild Tiger Honeymoon Handbook is playful and fascinating and captures the humor so prevalent in the book. From the first page to the last, the author incorporates humor so well in each page which kept be glued. The appendices too were surprisingly interesting with captivating facts to think over which made the book stand out from so many others.

Allen Neos writes in a forthright manner which makes his advice useful. I liked that he did not sugar-coat the institution of marriage like many other authors do. He addressed the simple yet impactful issues that become amplified in marriage. Even though I do not agree with some of his advice, overall, the book was enlightening. I, therefore, rate The Wild Tiger Honeymoon Handbook 4 out of 4 stars. It was engaging, informative and humorous.

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Post by Steph8693 » 13 Mar 2018, 01:31

This sounds like an awesome book that i would like to read, just to see how he compares the way a man thinks to the way women think.

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Post by cristinaro » 13 Mar 2018, 06:57

I love the fact that the author's style is both forthright and humorous. As you said, this book could serve as a good guide to young couples. Thank you for your review!
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Post by KFree_Reads » 13 Mar 2018, 07:21

Definitely sounds funny! Quite an atypical book. Too bad I won't personally benefit, way past the honeymoon phase lol. However, I will recommend it to my friends 😊

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Post by Gerry_9 » 13 Mar 2018, 10:01

Quite interesting I never knew that there were books about honeymoon. I really appreciate humour in discussing serious issues like marriage. It makes the mood lighter.

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Post by GabbiV » 13 Mar 2018, 10:53

The mere existence of this book makes me smile, I never thought there would be a book like this. I'm glad his voice is comical since my perception of marriage, especially the early days, is full of laughter and is just generally happy. I think it's a good call to keep everything brief - getting too bogged down by details and explanations, in my opinion, kind of ruin the overall mood.

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Post by Sahani Nimandra » 14 Mar 2018, 01:43

I could not stop laughing when I read the cover and saw the illustration. The tiger popping out with all his teeth and look so elated just represent what a reader can experience through out the book. The humour as mentioned is displayed through the cover itself. If I ever got a chance to read it that would definitely be for the humorous content in the book. Thank you for your detailed!
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Post by Mercy Bolo » 14 Mar 2018, 13:12

With so many people taking a nosedive into marriage with ulterior motives or without proper guidance, this book is quite handy. I like that it is short and paints a realistic picture of marriage so that readers know what to expect.
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Post by kandscreeley » 14 Mar 2018, 13:49

I'm way past the honeymoon phase of my marriage, so I don't think this book is for me. Still, I'm sure it'd be interesting for those embarking on their honeymoon. Thanks!
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Post by Mildred Stallworth » 14 Mar 2018, 23:33

Reading from the sample of this book, it should be a good read. As the reviewer said, the book was short, great and a quick read. It was also engaging, informative and humorous". I'm not married, but I would like to read this book. Thanks for an intriguing review!

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