The Guide for a Single Man The Guide for a Single Man is the first of its kind Not a sequel not a prequel but an equal Its counterpart is The Guide for a Single Woman Two comedic novels that can be read in either order to lea

  • Title: The Guide for a Single Man
  • Author: Aaron Goldfarb
  • ISBN: 9781941081
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Guide for a Single Man is the first of its kind Not a sequel, not a prequel, but an equal Its counterpart is The Guide for a Single Woman Two comedic novels that can be read in either order to learn both sides of the story of Two thirtysomething men drinking and flirting their way through New York s bars one typical Friday night before things get crazy After too mThe Guide for a Single Man is the first of its kind Not a sequel, not a prequel, but an equal Its counterpart is The Guide for a Single Woman Two comedic novels that can be read in either order to learn both sides of the story of Two thirtysomething men drinking and flirting their way through New York s bars one typical Friday night before things get crazy After too many beers, Devin and Les meet Cheryl and Erin and the night suddenly gets interesting They discover why being a single man is like being on a constant bar crawl, why you don t ever want to get lucky with a woman, and how the lines between succeeding and failing in love and sex are often blurry.

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    About “Aaron Goldfarb

    1. Aaron Goldfarb says:

      Aaron Goldfarb s debut novel is How to Fail The Self Hurt Guide, the world s FIRST self hurt guide, the polar opposite of a self help guide He has written screenplays and stageplays, most notably The Honey Trap He lives in New York and has a collection of short stories about the sexes, sex, and sexiness in that city called The Cheat Sheet.



    2 thoughts on “The Guide for a Single Man

    1. I received a copy of this book through : First Reads giveaways.I thought that Goldfarb had a pretty good concept; two books & four main characters, only the books aren't sequential but rather they take place at the same time, just from different view points. Having only read the Single Guy's side of the story, I am interested in reading the Single's Woman's, but I don't feel as if I am missing half the story. This truly read like a standalone novel.I know in a few years that it will be dated [...]

    2. The Guide for a Single Man is the "equal" (not "sequel" or "prequel") to The Guide for a Single Woman, but I read it first and in retrospect, without spilling any spoilers, I was really glad I read them in that order. TGfaSM follows two guys bar crawling their way around New York City, discussing the successes and failures of their love (and sex) lives. It's cleverly written, incredibly witty, and though it's raunchy and, at times, a little over the top, by the end of the book I was completely s [...]

    3. I loved this novel and look forward to interviewing the author today for this week's Kindle Chronicles podcast. From the vantage point of a 30-year happy marriage, it's mind-opening to read about what it's like out there in the world of 30-something singles crawling the bars of New York City looking for true love, or something. This story is hilarious, racy, snarky, wise, and--in the end--touching. Its pairing with The Guide for a Single Woman, published the same day cover the same setting and s [...]

    4. Winning a free copy from a contest, The Guide for a Single Man is a quick entertaining read that feels as if you are friends with the main characters right from the start. With a twist at the end, this book is hard to put down, yet feels as if there should be one more chapter at the end based on the last words of the book.

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