I like Josh from his Youtube channel, where he's funny and has a lot of insightful perspectives on life and social structures. So when I heard about his book, I thought it would be somewhere along the same lines. Unfortunately, a lot of this book is like the diary of a young boy, and not even a very interesting one. It seemed at first like he would write about his early life to make a point about his adult understandings, but you have to wade through a lot of unfunny, childish thoughts of a 13-year old to get that far (if you get there at all).
He could have said the same things with a lot fewer words. Giving 10 minute talks seems like it fits him a lot more than 6 hour books.
I was really rooting for Josh, and to see (or hear) him make something bad is not very fun. I wish him all the best, but this was just not a good book.