Herein lies my review of A Guy's Guide to Life: How to Become a Man in 224 Pages or Less by this guy...forget his name...Jason Boyett. This book isn't bad, for what it is. In fact, it gives a bunch of really good advice and pointers for younger (or immature) guys that other books, which are way too worried about sex and eternal punishment for looking at girls below the neck, leave out.
Seriously, sometimes it's good to not be so serious. When I was a teen, reading these kinds of books were usually unpleasantly sober experiences. They spoke too much of lust and too little about how to relate to other people and do important things like tying a necktie.
When this book did talk about sex, it was engaging and not condescending. Really one of a kind.
This book is NOT, absolutely NOT a serious book about theological implications of needing a zipper in ones pants. It's a friendly, unassuming and edifying look at how to survive. Give it a try.