I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I didn't find it perhaps as funny as some of the reviews here make it out to be, however that's not to say that I didn't have some laugh out loud moments either. The main reason I enjoyed this book though, is because of the romance between Kwame (and later Frankie) and Poppet. It doesn't cross the line between a romantic story and a story that becomes slightly 'icky.' It stays at a nice clean pace.
The reason it has only been given 4 stars is because of the story-line. It has been written in a classic diary style-the story doesn't really go anywhere, and it isn't a very challenging read. Although that would normally be quite a harsh and usually quite serious criticism, it is a great book to come home to after a busy day at school and your brain has turned to mush, and I am therefore being very kind and only dropping one star.
I have one last thing to say, so bear with me. This is a very special book. I am not going to say that is the most well-written book in the world, because it's not. I am not going to say that it is the most exciting and clever story-line in the world because it's not, but despite that, this book has a feel good factor about it. If you have had a bad day, this book is bound to cheer you up!