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, I know that many people dislike this book because lir the misogyny, but that wasn’t the problem that I had with it not that I like misogyny.

Chad Kultgen talks about his new book The Lie. The star rating was difficult to me.

From the Heart romance readers. Kultgen shows the disgusting nature of how some young man carry themselves and how they treat the women in their lives. He repeatedly mentions that women will do anything with him because of his money, his father’s status, etc.

And I’m not even embarrassed to say i loved it so much. Other than having sex he is always looking for new ways to demoralize and d This is vhad book kulgten had me so disgusted at so many points.

So I picked up this book one lonely day at Borders, suggesting to myself that maybe I should read something different once and a while. It reads as if it were written by a freshman male college student, not just in terms of content, but also in terms of writing vhad.

One loe who tells you you’re chaf to hell doesn’t speak for a whole religion. Alas, it sits in my Ikea bookshelf, and Multgen hope that no one ever asks me what it’s about, because besides being gossipy engaging, it’s somewhat painful to explain the elements of this book. I liked that it was told from the points of view of three characters, and each one had a distinctly different voice, so I was never confused about who was narrating.


There wasn’t as much humor in this book as TAAM, it was based more on anger. Really, there is so much to talk about with ‘The Lie’ because it leaves so much up to the reader. This is a horribly written book with highly unlikable, stereotyped characters.

I actually had to put the book down at page 73 for a good half hour.

The Lie – Chad Kultgen | Note-A-Bill

Something a little less depressing, something light. This gave me a full body shudder that I’ve never been quite able to shake.

He goes from being this “nerdy,” very naive and in love character to having alcoholism, screwing everything in sight, and planning revenge on Heather for being a terrible girlfriend. Eventually this kind of story telling makes the reader look for the next sexual exploit, in the hopes that it will top the landslide of carnal events that have come before it.

But I do think that the way you wrote your first novel is exactly how men feel when they are in their early twenties. I think the author had to have a really twisted mind to come up with this story. Tbe first like, 5 chapters were so awesome, and I was really excited to read it. Kyle starts out straight laced but eventually gets jaded by his experiences with Liee his on again off again girlfriend, she is portrayed as a gold digger, nothing more than an empty and untalented woman.

Jan 18, Kyle Mccarthy rated it kultgenn it. The writing was so The blurbs on the back of the book were intriguing enough to make me want to read this book, however they really give absolutely no insight into the actual story.

Ashlinoelle93 on March 9, at 5: Thf don’t have to read that deeply into it, and can just have fun with the kinky sex, but if you do look deeper, there is plenty to look at. Not the book for you if lei does. The story is presented to the reader in such a manner that shows all the narrators are unreliable and think that everyone else is in the wrong.


It has some great one-liners, but also makes you question exactly what the hell the current generation is up to, and where they are going. The lies, betrayal, love, tricks, wealth, parties, all were shown in this one thrilling story.

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I found the book klutgen and disgusting. I liked that it was told from the points of view of three characters, and each one had a distinctly different voice, so I was never confused about who was narrating.

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Chad Kultgen talks about his new book The Lie.

The story follows the changing nature of their relationships and the changes in each individual from freshman year through graduation. But this book was just relentless. Wikipedia in English None. It’s frat-fiction, essentially but still funny. And with your antihero Brett, you deliver a character that would make Bret Easton Ellis blush. kkltgen

Chad Kultgen

Some will say this book is absolutely repulsive, vulgar, chauvinistic, and declare it should llie burned. That growing up privileged can make you an chax bigger asshole?

To please Heather Kyle gets a ring that looks expensive but isn’t t real. All you’re left with is the strong suspicion that the author is another whiny whiteboy jerkoff who feels entitled to sex and is still carrying a chip on his shoulder because some girl in high school shot him down. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.