The use of the diminutive evokes the differences in number, scale, and scope between the guerrilla army and the formal, professional army of the state.
"Guerrillas" usually carries positive connotations, and is often used by such fighters themselves and by their sympathizers, while their foes in many cases call them "Terrorists".
It's a useful book, but reading it made me feel as if I was auditioning for 'Kate and Allie' - Wolf expects you to be on 24/7 alert for a date even when you're going out for milk.
Guerilla Dating Tactics explores getting rid of obsolete rules and games, and looking at dating as an adventure. Her book includes many dating stories collected from relationship seminars that she has taught.
Wolf explores topics such topics as pickup lines, flirting, where to find singles, what to do and say on dates, overcoming rejection, and working with another to achieve a better relationship.
Her book doesn't delve deeply into emotions, feelings, and compatibility issues of dating.
The book has useful tips for the intended audience.
This book was recommended to me and I read it in two nights. It gave me the courage to give dating a try again and not feel bad about rejections, they are just a learning experience.