The book started really funny and hilarious. I don't mostly read memoirs but I found this to be really interesting. The book is about Josh looking for his "exes", asking them why they never worked out.
The book is so genuine and realistic but it was repetitive, which made me a bit bored of it. Yes, there were silly graphs and footnotes throughout the book which made me laugh but the story itself made me want to stop reading. The graphs mostly made me look forward to reading until the end. The graphs were pretty much informative to be honest, and very real when you come to think of it. Haha!
The book was targeted to YA audience but I think it's more appropriate to a higher level of age range since this book was basically comprised of flashbacks presented in different parts. I loved the hypothesis part though. It's really hilarious.
The exes were 6 different girls, which had their own parts in the book. This almost reminded me of John Green's An Abundance of Katherines, except his exes weren't called Katherines.
Overall, this was a good read. Although, I'm a bit disappointed, I think some people will still enjoy this one. There's some parts that'll bring inspiration to readers.