A Guy's Guide to Life

Title: A Guy's Guide to Life: How to Become a Man in 224 Pages or Less
Author: Jason Boyett
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Genre: Non-Fiction 

A Guy's Guide to Life: How to become a man in 224 pages or less by Jason Boyett is a good blend of guidelines for a youth and humor.
This little book works as a guide for a young guy and teaches him how to handle the peer pressure acting on him during his transformation into a man in accordance with Christian values. Featuring categories on various topics through faith, family and hygiene to dating and sex. The author without being preachy has presented the stuff in lucid and humorous language. Some may find it offensive at times, but it may help in forming the bonding with the teenager reader.
The only problem with young guys is that they don’t want to take your advice. In this case, this book may prove satisfying. However, for that also they need to take your advice of reading this. From tying a neck tie to your behavior with your neighbor, Jason Boyett has done a commendable job of explaining things to the young mind.
It was a fun read for me. And it’s a very fine book for a teenager, though I have passed that age, It will make a good gift for my cousin.

Rating: 3.5/5

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