I liked this book: it reminds me a bit of Nick Hornby. It didn't outstay its welcome and moves at a good pace. The perspective shifts from first to third person serve an interesting purpose: the protagonist remembers his experiences with a girl in one chapter and then reviews those events in the next. It's a nifty dynamic between experience and reflection but it's all done with good humour and a light touch, not getting bogged down in deep-and-meaningful relationship stuff. A fun, easy read.