This hilarious book will appeal to all hormonal boys who appreciate a good joke about bodily functions. Matt and his buddies aren't the coolest, best looking, or even decently athletic guys. But they are loyal friends, who are serious about their quest. Every scheme that they come up with (dressing as girls to get into the girls locker room, trying to peep over dressing room walls, going to a nude beach with binoculars, etc.) takes a hysterical turn. They make many ill-advised choices that get them into trouble that usually requires lying to get out of. Their adventures are fairly harmless, and they are usually the only ones who suffer any consequences. When they attend a teen party where a six pack of beer is required to get in, they bring the non-alcoholic O'Douls, and proceed to try to hide that fact for the rest of the evening. There are references to kids wanting to "have sex," but nothing beyond heavy kissing ever actually transpires. Language is mostly mild (sh-t), and a good chunk of the humor comes from every euphemism a teenaged boy can think of for his bodily functions and a girl's body parts. In the end, Matt does see the benefits of telling the truth, sticking it out even when he knows he isn't going to win, and in protecting the virtue of the girl he cares about.