Book Reviews of Think Like a Guy: How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One

Think Like a Guy: How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One
Think Like a Guy How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One
Author: Giuliana DePandi
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ISBN-13: 9780312354374
ISBN-10: 0312354371
Publication Date: 6/27/2006
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Think Like a Guy: How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One on + 94 more book reviews
BRAND NEW! By the anchor from E! News. Great tips for single gals (and for those of us that don't want to lose our great guys!)!
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Guiliana Depandi is hilarious! This bk will not only help you get closer to your guy (or any guy), it will also make you rethink some ingrained habits about life as a woman.
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Absolutely awful. The whole thing is about lying as much as possible to trick some guy into thinking you are someone that you're not. The author seems to think that she is teaching girls, whose career aspirations are to end up "barefoot and pregnant," how to take control and successfully trap that man. She actually says that the time to reveal things is on the plane ride back from the honeymoon! This book made me sick, as it seemed to be saying that for a man we girls should make the world their whorehouse in which whatever they want, we will be. Simply disgusting. Not even worth one star, I wish I could give it a zero.
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This is a book on dating I would give to my daughter. (Ok...I did give it to my daughter.) It is funny enough to keep your attention and although there were a few ideas of hers that made me roll my eyes, for the most part it tells a girl to stop playing games, stop acting helpless, and act like someone you would want to be with.