Monday, April 25, 2011

"Erratic yet touching." You Can Make Him Like You gets Time Out Chicago'd. And likes it. A lot.

A little floored to have a review of You Can Make Him Like You in the Time Out Chicago, but there is review, and we are humbled, confused, most appreciative, and wondering if there is any larger [insert appropriate word here] to this.

"In true Tanzer fashion, You Can Make Him Like You is littered with a barrage of pop-culture references. Told in a series of vignette-like chapters, the book chronicles the meltdown of a reluctant father. Readers are treated to Keith’s every thought as his internal dialogue is often humorously interjected in conversations."


Pete said...

"Compared to the protagonist, the supporting characters don’t get enough of the spotlight and consequently fail to develop into anything more than secondary figures in Keith’s shadow."

I guess I'm partly to blame for that. Sorry.

Ben Tanzer said...

Not at all bro, in fact, we don't know what you're talking about?