Book 15 of 2016 is Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari.
This book made me laugh. It is supposed to be a self help book based in psychology but feels more like a elf help book written by an academic and edited by a comedian to add funny stuff.
A lot of the studies used to argue hypotheses are interesting but some seem to be stretches to justify the point being made, The odd mix of humour and quasi-science left me giggling but unconvinced.
This book wasn't written for me though. It was written for single men who are terrified of commitment.
This book was not worth the reviews it received, in my eyes. Luckily I was gifted this audio book.
Three giggles about the scary commitment monster out of five.
Should I read this? If you are a single male who isn't sure whether monogamy is for you then yeah.
What did I learn? Some stereotypes are painfully accurate.