26 Jan This new novel from Average American Male author and YouTube icon Kultgen continues his testosterone-fueled fiction with this. 23 Feb The ridiculously talented Chad Kultgen seems to be stuck in a holding pattern. His point of view is going to offend anyone who slows down long. With the publication of “The Average American Male” and the release of the viral videos that promoted it online-videos that shocked the nation – Chad Kultgen.
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Now, with The Lie, Kultgen returns with an even more salacious — yet also more searching — klutgen that reaches deeper into the craven inner workings of some of most depraved minds in America: Apr 05, Mitchel Broussard rated it it was amazing Shelves: I doubt Chad Kultgen’s goal lke for this book to be anything else. They live a life caring not of art, creativity, or culture unless it is forced upon them in a way no true intellect would approve of.
And I’m not even embarrassed to say i loved it so much. So, in capturing the voice of the characters, it is well-written. This is a book that had me so disgusted at so many points. After taking a break, I spent another 5 hours or so finishing the book. I found myself laughing out loud at certain parts and then being completely horrified at some of the actions of these people.
I would hope most people in the world are intelligent and can separate that a label doesn’t define someone, that not all women are the same, not all Christians are the same, etc. Published March 3rd by Harper Perennial first published February 20th There were a number of aspects that I liked including the story being narrated from all 3 points of view Kyle, Kultgeh, Brettone chapter from each before re-starting the cycle.
Heather is only with Kyle to try to get closer to Brett uggghhhhhhhh. El Alquimista by Tje Coelho. However, she knows that if she’s ever going to make her dreams come true of marrying a rich, hot fraternity brother, she’d better hide her public school past. Brett is Kyle s best friend. They did, and it was not enough.
Philosophically they are both illustrating the depravity of chqd world. As each character’s story intertwines and time progresses throughout the novel, the characters themselves transform. His theory of sexual conquest chas from the idea that all women are in it for the money, and will sleep with kultben just to be close to his wealth. With the story, Mr. Really, there is kyltgen much to talk about with ‘The Lie’ because it leaves so much up to the reader.
CK did not show us his philosophical side till the very end, and only entertained us with a fast paced story. The language was also also very real and everyday Although this story has some of the most disgusting viewpoints on sex, love, relationships, money, and women, I found it to be extremely entertaining. Jul 23, Jen rated it really liked it. A really absorbing read but I can’t say that I really liked or enjoyed this book as they are just not the correct descriptors!
I didn’t like this as much as The Average American Male.
I mean i know I’ve read a book like this sometime before, it just worked so pitch-perfect for this one. She goes to a lot of parties and often gets very drunk.
Kultgen’s second book, The Lie, trumps the first soundly. I found The Lie to be better on a whole, since it actually has a coherent plot that isn’t completely centered on how terrible women apparently are, but still.
Try to remember the moment when all the stupid innocent things you thought about life and love, all the things you thought mattered, all the things you thought were true And yet the book chqd still really readable, and actually had moments in it that The Average American Male did not. The way it panned out after the buildup caused it to seem a little blase – maybe that w I’m not entirely sure what I want to say about this book yet, other than that it is the most fucking intense literally!
There’s hatred of college, hatred of women, of prostitutes, of sororities, of business, or It has, also, one of the most effective cahd of view I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading.
Kyle has high hopes for his medical future, bu This book is so darkly humorous and so insanely fucked up that it was hard to put down.
Chad Kultgen talks about his new book The Lie.
Aug 05, Melissa rated it really liked it Shelves: I was clearly incorrect. Jan 09, Kayla Carmody rated it did not like it.
Was college life for you anything like this? Brett is a set on the fact that every girl is worthless except for one thing, and will make you miserable if you get attached to them. He has them do vile things and doesn’t care about how they feel, etc.
Jul 08, Jeff rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is so darkly humorous and so insanely fucked up that it was hard to put down. I also have a whole new take on the term “for real. The book focuses on three people: This is attributed to the narration style, where the story alternates from the voice of the three characters I have mentioned.
It’s true when I read the back of the book it disgusted me, and reminded jultgen vaguely of Max Tucker, or Victor from Glamorama-one or the other, hell both. At times it reminded me of “The Rules of Attraction” with the way it depicts the debauchery of college in larger then life form, and but while Bret Easton Ellis prefers to demonstrate the way senseless sex and mindless drug use numb us to the pain of others, Kultgen zeros in on that pain in order to see exactly how this pain shapes us into who we are.
It is about a love triangle and many, many sexual entanglements on a college campus, mainly about sororities, rich frat boys and oh yeah-nothing else.
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I just got drunk and watched movies. Kyle’s belief in true love however blinds him to the messy nature of love And sex, particularlyand so when he feels betrayed he directs his anger towards the object of his affection, in the process hurting his family, his grades, and eventually turning his view of women misogynistic and sexist. They seem to be based entirely of reaction to the objectionable content and not considering the story.
It’s a more graphic version of the Dangerous Liaison influenced film “Cruel Intentions” but without the morals!