“Book Review: Couplehood”

Paul Reiser. Well, you probably have heard this name before or perhaps, saw him on TV. He is best known for his role in the TV sitcom “Mad About You” and is also a writer, actor, author and musician. Aside from that, I concluded after reading this book that Mr. Paul Reiser has a fun sense of humor and an easy entertaining style of writing. Although I’ve read only one of his book,  I can say that he is a good writer and this is one of the best, funniest books I have ever read.

22708897_2012213972328044_8171216671239831552_n Couplehood, I read this book last year just after I bought it for only 100 pesos at the bookstore. And just last week, I was looking for something to distract me then I saw this “Couplehood” so I decided to read it again for the second time. Well, there’s no big life lessons here. Just those funny memoirs of what a couple really goes through. The ups and downs you get in a relationship, particularly marriage. And to be honest, I am not even married but I enjoyed reading the book. I  was like bursting with laughter on every page of it. Yes….because it was true to life in regards to relationships/marriage.

So young or old, married or not, with or without children, in a relationship or not, I would like to recommend this book to all of you.This is an absolute must read especially those who have been married for a long years. I guarantee that there will be at least one incident (I suppose not only one) on this book wherein you’ll nod your head and say “Gosh! that’s us”.

Also highly recommended to those who are in a relationship. Reading this comedy book will make you realize the power of love and why we crave for it so much.

That’s all for today and thank you  for reading this very short review. Have a good day.


Till then,

Al_Yolly ♥

2 thoughts on ““Book Review: Couplehood”

  1. He and Eddie play detectives in the Detroit Police Department in the action/comedy Beverly Hills Cop. Eddie’s buddy in Detroit is killed by California criminals and he goes out there to investigate. A lot of the humor is based on Eddie being a streetwise tough cop from working class Detroit (where I live) who doesn’t fit in with the glamorous movie star types in Beverly Hills (near Hollywood), California. Reiser is in about the first 30 minutes of the movie. But, don’t worry he’s back for the sequel.


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