From Publishers Weekly
Gray reads his take on why men and women are growing incapable of managing their relationships because of our work-oriented society. While not exactly as groundbreaking as it labels itself, Gray's insights are truthful and easy to understand. His reading is straightforward and slightly bland, but the lessons he preaches are the real stars. Gray offers simple insights for both sexes, useful even if you aren't involved in a relationship. However, this book lacks profound lessons or discoveries, and listeners searching for that tidbit of information that will save their relationship may be disappointed. Gray's reading also is somewhat disengaged from the material, which makes listening to him a chore at times. Simultaneous release with the Harper hardcover (Reviews, Dec. 13, 2007).
Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
--This text refers to the
“Helpful in any relationship.” (Booklist)
“Packed with practical solutions . . . Owing to Gray’s popularity, this book deserves space in every public library.” (Library Journal)
“Thought provoking and illuminating.” (BookPage)
“It’s simplistic...easy to digest and no doubt headed for the bestseller lists.” (Publishers Weekly)