Edward, the would-be Juliard-trained actor with a less than perfect body, tries to find his place in the world, his mind, and his body, and---hopefull..Show More »y--in college.
This book is hilarious and the narrator insures that hearing must be better than reading it. When he is called to sing, he sings, and it is pleasant to hear his voice. His reading has a youthful exhuberance totally suited to the material.
I too struggled with my seuxality as a teenager, as do most of us, so I was delighted with the author's presentation that is funny but never embarrassing.
This book is a sequel to "How I paid for college..." and is very similar in style and substance. And that is its strength and weakness. On..Show More » the plus side it is light and very funny. But the downside is significant with almost no character development from the first book and the plot, narrative and characters are very predictable. I loved the first book, but once was enough.