This book is about Wes Pearce and his road to becoming what's known as, a "real man." He reflects back on his own life, and how he became the man he is today. It's about what leads him to find the women he comes in contact with, and how he became the sexual man he is today. You can see that as he gets older, and with today's generational gap, he becomes more and more sexual as he finds himself.
This book is almost written like a memoir of sexual tales and experiences. I found it to be entertaining and realistic of today's young adults with their sexual stories. The book continues to tell the stories of his one night stands and how he views the women he is with.
Of course this book isn't for the who can't handle reading about sexual encounters or crude incidents from a male's point of view. Most people can handle reading the same experiences, if they're written from a female point of view, but not necessarily a male's since they are presumed to be more sexual and vulgar. I find that either man or woman, the experiences are to be the same and shouldn't be judged on a person's gender. Overall I give this book a 4/5.
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