Martial Advice is a humorous book on marriage and relationships. The book provides advice and insights into life living with your partner in a comedic way. It’s not a psychiatrist evaluation on how to better your relationship or a textbook on providing a list of things to do or not to do. What it does provide though is real-life situations and real-life scenarios that happen day to day and reflect the interactions of what a married couple would have.
I found the book to be enjoyable due to its humorous nature. The words used in the content were selectively chosen for the purpose to confront the matter funnily. I believe the author’s intentions represented what the content covered. The literature was easy to read and to understand. I particularly enjoyed the referencing being close to a grandpa talking to his grandkid.
From the fart and banana stories to the more serious matters such as body language and how to own your own home, this book sure makes you laugh and ponder.
The book is definitely a light-hearted read, and I would recommend it to anyone that is contemplating marriage or enjoys a humorous book.
Written by Jeyran Main
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