Monday, May 5, 2014

The Manual to Manhood by Jonathan Catherman

A fun book with illustrations detailing all the ways to be a man.

Catherman gives plenty of ideas and how-tos to get you in the swing of things. By reading this book you'll learn how to manage a credit card, wear the correct amount of cologne,  plan a date, wear a tie, cook a steak, change a tire, and so much more.

Pretty much anything you'd assume a guy needs to know is in this book. It feels like Catherman took the articles out of GQ and Esquire magazines, freshened them up, edited them for integrity's sake, not to mention decency and plopped them into a book.

Young men will get a kick out of reading this. Older men may read it and reminisce of how things used to be. Ladies may read it and wonder to their boyfriends "Now why can't you start doing this?"

In any event, it is not a sexist thing. Please, oh please, may I not read reviews critical of that.

Read this book for fun and the selected insights provided.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Revell Publishing.

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