The fiction of Chad Kultgen cuts to the quick of the American psyche like no other author writing today. His novels examine American culture through a fun-house mirror - both reflecting and exploding the emotionally perilous culture in which we live. In Men, Women & Children - now a major motion picture starring Ansel Elgort, Adam Sandler, Judy Greer, and Jennifer Garner, and directed by Jason Reitman - Kultgen explores the pressures at work on two different generations navigating the same Internet landscape: teenagers and their parents.
This book is very -out there- but I absolutely loved it. I've seen a few reviews about the way it was written but it is a very accurate representation of young people nowadays and it offered a clean literal insight into our world! It's also extremely humorous throughout and my only problem is it's only 9hrs long!