Just as good as "Love is like fireworks" which was brilliant. Like the way the author goes off at a tangent a la Ronnie Corbett when in the chair in the "Two Ronnies". Paul Day goes from one hilarious disaster to another. Must read the full book.
This book follows the standard rule of literary comedy fiction (and also tv advertising) that all men are idiots. I'm not sure how any normal man could relate to the moron of a main character that labours from one cringe worthy scenario to the next. If you're a man with any self respect then avoid this book. If you're a woman looking to laugh at the opposite sex then fill your boots.