Item description for Marriage Mayhem by Samuel L. Hair...
Overview Believing that he has married the perfect woman, Jermaine Hopkins soon discovers that his new wife is taking him for the ride of his life as he is unexpectly plunged into a world of extramarital affairs, parental interference, and pure drama. Original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2007
Publisher Urban Books
ISBN 1933967250 ISBN13 9781933967257
Availability 0 units.
More About Samuel L. Hair
Samuel L. Hair is currently working on his second book, Marriage Mayhem.
Reviews - What do customers think about Marriage Mayhem?
Women of the world Aug 13, 2008
This was an exceptional book. It was a true depiction of how SOME women really are.
Waste of Time Jun 11, 2008
I was really excited about getting this book, but was very disappointed after reading it. I could not even finish reading it because it was too unrealistic. I don't think that any body would meet a woman walking down the street and pick her up and take her kid to a toy store and start spending money, let alone allow this stranger to move in with his daughter's family. Come on now!
JUST AWFUL!!!!!!!! May 12, 2008
This book was TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, and I had to force myself to finish reading it. The book jumped from character to character and basically did not make much sense. I just wanted it to end. DO NOT DO WHAT I DID AND PURCHASE THIS BOOK!!!! It was a waste of my time and money. The author is coming out with another book, which I WILL NOT PURCHASE.
Absolute Crap - Do NOT waste your time! Apr 26, 2008
First of all, if I could this book would be rated a Zero!
As a black woman, it is important for me to support black authors and to read books that I can relate to in some way.
However, this book is a big disappointment. I feel it is a complete embarrassment. There are SO many things wrong with this book, that it isn't funny. First of all, character development. He throws in random characters in the beginning and then near the end he starts telling a little about their stories, which have no bearing AT ALL on the main story. It's like you get side tracked for nothing. And in the end, it's like who cares about these other people.
The chapters are horribly written. Sometimes the author completely loses focus and talks about many different things all in one chapter. As a reader, you sit there and wonder, where is he going with this? What does this have to do with anything? Wasn't he just talking about A? Why is he now talking about B and C? Will he talk more about B and C later? (The answer to that is a big fat no!)
The relationship between the two main characters is so stupid. It didn't seem realistic to me at all from beginning to end. But let's just say for the sake of this book that things were exaggerated to make it interesting, well then the ending of the book is a complete let down. You figure that he's going to build to this powerful or at least satisfying ending, but he just drops the ball on the last page and basically says screw it. HORRIBLE!!
By the way, to the author, a person who is 4'2 is considered a little person, or a dwarf or midget. That's a big deal and your constant referral to the main female as that height was ridiculous. But, it was just another thing to add to the idiocy of this story.
Definately Mayhem Feb 3, 2008
This book could have been a Lifetime Movie. Jermaine so desperate for a wife and family just settled for any old thing. He met and married Karen a prozac popping mother of 2 kids with no life and on top of that she's a nymphomaniac. The book takes you on Jermaines very volitile ups and downs with Karen as she goes in and out of crack houses and jail and thru it all he stood by his woman. Do Jermaine find true love or do he settle for less and stay with Karen? The book was alright I would tell somebody to read it just off the strength that Karen was crazy as hell and kept the book interesting.