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by Jeff Chacon

  • ISBN: 0966540646
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Jeff Chacon
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Other formats: docx lit txt mobi
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Acumen House Llc; 1 edition (November 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 252 pages
  • FB2 size: 1802 kb
  • EPUB size: 1611 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
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Book by Chacon, Jeff, Reynoso, Anthony
Reviews about E-Male: Of Mouse and Men (6):
A close friend who I correspond with primarily via "e-mail" sent "E-Male" to me and said " You must read this!! We are Fe-Male!"
As a confirmed literature snob (Give me Pynchon or give me death! . . . yes some could argue there is no difference) I would have tragically overlooked it. Instead . . . I read the book cover to cover - unable to separate myself from it until its conclusion.
Rarely have I been so amused and touched by such fresh,honest,direct,unique yet eerily familiar voices. While I grew up in a completely different world from Anthony and Jeff -- I felt an instant connection. This book is a timeless anthem to the Generation "X" pilgrims.
While the book is remarkably clever and hilarious at times -- the unwavering focus on the men's friendship and lives remains brilliantly subtle -- and these delicate layers of friendship, marriage,career and maturity must be properly appreciated or the essence of the book is utterly lost. What makes this book particularly precious is that some people just wont "get it"
In this day of atrocities among mankind, E-Male is refreshing -- two guys (best friends) share feelings and thoughts in a light-hearted, humorous, and sensitive way via email. Poking fun at the mundane parts of life and finding humor in daily drudgery make the reality of it all more tolerable -- something that is sorely needed in light of the horrific capabilities of man versus mankind.
Stylish Monkey
I have been taking this book with me everywhere I go, so I can dip into it for a refreshing break. As a woman, I appreciate this peek into the friendship between two men. They have an excellent sense of humor. When they are on a roll, be prepared for smiles, chuckles, and laughter. If you want to brighten your day, get this book.
Allegedly actual email between two male friends that are now separated by distance. Apparently unedited too. Occasionally there is a humorous or touching entry. Most of the entries are banal, repetitive, cliché ridden, trite and lackluster. Rehashes of three year old hockey games and put downs of famous popular singers and musicians from the past decade or two are unfortunately the norm. Each letter ends with a slightly modified line about what RULES!!! that day.
If you are even tempted to read this dreadful book, just reread your own email instead, you'll find it much better than this book.
E-Male was an entertaining book about the electronic correspondence of two friends. Having shared the same apartment in the past, two best friends now find themselves states apart. They correspond though witty and honest daily e-mails invoking humorous past incidents and funny narratives. Most of the e-mails are about their horrendous jobs or their acclamation to married life. Most of them are fun and provide a good glimpse into the lives of these two down to earth people. All of the e-mails end with what "rules" and what "sucks" on that particular day, which is often humorous. My only complaint would be the somewhat repetitive nature of their e-mails. All told, it is a fun read.
I read a review in a magazine touting this book and decided to buy it (from Amazon.com, BTW). I enjoyed E-Male so much because it reminded me of the fun I've been having keeping touch through this new medium -- and the e-mails between these author-friends were frighteningly like the ones that fly across the ethos between me and my dear amiga. Makes me wish we'd kept all our e-mails so we could write Fe-Male. I smiled all the way through, then sent it on to my friend.

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