Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Please Not Again! by Eli Reuven BOOK REVIEW



Let there be light. Again?
A young New York couple are trying hard to do the right things in order to get ahead in life.

Even when stressful social and personal complications stand in their way, they are willing to push themselves to the limit, and do anything in order to achieve the goals modern society dictates, without giving any consideration to what they truly desire.

When everything seems to be going as planned, a single critical decision drastically changes life as they knew it.

In this bitingly humorous tale, Eli Reuven presents his modern version of the Adam and Eve story and the wonders of relationships between the sexes who can’t get along together, but can’t live without each other either.


Hello,readers!

I received "Please Not Again!" by Eli Reuven to review on my blog.


MY REVIEW:

"Please Not Again" was a very well written and hilarious book!

The battle of the sexes! Modern day Adam and Eve!

In this book,the author takes a straightforward and humourous look on things.

The book starts out with Adam and his wife in New York searching for a new home to have children. Yet, Adam is very content with the basement apartment he is currently living in.

It seems throughout the book that Adam doesn't really understand what Eve truly wants in life. Yet,he tries his best to do so,but it always has a very hilarious result.

This isn't politically correct whatsoever. The main character you can often sympathize with throughout the story. So many struggles. So many questionable choices.


The author definitely shined a light on how difficult a marriage can be,while adding a pinch of humor to it.


I definitely enjoyed this book!

I highly recommend it!


If you are interested in this book, check out the link below:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1709599456



Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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