Witty, angst-ridden confessional of the joyous and heart-rending memories of high school … will start up hunts for yearbooks.
The book is worth reading, if only to refresh your memory about what you’re compensating for.
A good, thoughtful, albeit disturbing book about how four years of one’s adolescence, consciously or otherwise, affects the following years of alleged maturation.
Keyes has turned in a serious psychological study. His book is funny, but it isn’t frivolous.
Deliciously titled … breezy … very good book.
A delightful book … both insightful and fun.