For Men Only: A Review

Book Reviews

Title: For Men Only
Written By: Shaunti Feldhahn and Jeff Feldhahn
Genre: Relationship Helps/Non-fiction
Recommended Ages: 13 & up

Introduction:

First of all, yes I know I am a woman. No, I’m not having a gender identity crisis. There are reasons for me reading this. And yes, it is helpful. I learned more about myself and other women. Especially since I’m not necessarily a typical woman in some areas.

Clarity: 1/1

Shaunti and Jeff did a great job making things easy to understand even for people who aren’t all into brain science and things like that. I read both this and For Women Only at the same time and the differences between men and women was amazing.

Usability: 1/1

Despite being a woman myself and supposedly then being able to understand some of the complexities of the female brain, I still found a few nuggets that helped me understand myself and other women around me.

Readability: 1/1

The format of the book was well done. The only slight issues I had were the use of one slang word at least twice. This is a book from a predominately Christian viewpoint, so seeing those surprised me a bit.

Overall writing quality: 1/1

The writing quality was great! Humorous when it could be, but serious when needed as well.

Un-put-down-ability: 1/1

I read it over a couple of months due to schedule conflicts, but otherwise it would have been hard to put down except to digest the information.

Conclusion: 5/5

Every man should read this book. The information is timeless (mostly) and helpful. If you are married or in a relationship, I highly encourage you to read it together to help each other understand a bit more about how you tick.

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