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"William's funny, rueful and engaging book does provide a very handy guide to the fascinating enigma that is the twenty-something male psyche." --Daily Mail "The book has a great deal in common with the memoir-primer hybrid made popular by Alain de Botton - It functions as a sociological account of being young in the Noughties, offering reflections on Facebook, the 'lunch date', gender inequality, and the phrase 'fair game'." --Mail on Sunday "Disarmingly simple - Nicolson is a likeable, self-deprecating narrator." --Observer
"A lighthearted tale of love and market forces." --- New York Journal of Books, David E. Spiro
About the Author
William Nicolson is 27 years old and lives in London. He studied Economics and Politics at Edinburgh University and is a solicitor at a City law firm.
Top Customer Reviews
Overall I enjoyed it, he has some funny ideas and it's a nice light read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hence 2 stars only. The idea is original but comparing love with economics just doesn't work at all! The writing is ok but not very funny as other reviews claimed. Read morePublished on 31 Mar. 2013 by Min
An utterly charming tale of an unlikely hero's romantic highs and lows, combining a witty narration with hilarious anecdotes and an endearingly hapless main character. Read morePublished on 13 Mar. 2013 by Rachel Cumberbatch