From Library Journal
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"I'm the czarina of dragging out unexhilarating relationships because I dread ditching people. Fortunately, "How to Dump a Guy" gives an array of tips on how to disentangle yourself from your unwanted man's loving embrace--forever." (Esther Haynes, Jane, May 98)
""How to Dump a Guy" is a handy guide to no-fuss breakup techniques...a fun, feminist read that offers a refreshing counterpoint to all those reams of nauseating books on how to snag and/or keep a man. It's...chock full of wry observations about the opposite sex and unforgiving in its theme to always look out for No.1." (Lee-Anne Goodman, Toronto Sun, Oct. 20, 1997)
"The humor is sharp, intelligent and witty. These women shine a powerful halogen light into the female psyche, revealing some of its shallowness, exposing the thoughts that nobody will admit to having...The book is about women who have men already but don't want them, about women who want independence, women who are not afraid to be alone. All of these serious issues are treated comically and the comedy strengthens the message...Fillion and Ladowsky are gifted writers who share an incisive sense of humour. In this book their collective intelligence comes with a lightness of heart, casting joy and good sense on some of life's most uncomfortable tribulations." -- Allison Schifmann, Book Bureau --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
From the Back Cover
"Wise and wonderfully funny. In the unlikely event that I ever get another boyfriend-and that I get to dump him before he dumps me-I will certainly make good use of this book."-Laura Zigman, author of Animal Husbandry --This text refers to the Paperback edition.