Troy Brown resumes his diary. Now he is seventeen and he desperately wants to leave home and start his life as a bachelor. He has just been dumped by his first proper girlfriend and not because he has ‘accidentally’ cheated on her twice during their relationship. She wants to play the field. Most of his friends have moved away from the island and life out of school proves to be quite a challenge for him.
Troy is forced to grow up because of his incredible ability to make mistakes. His mistakes as usual are of a sexual nature and the consequences of unprotected sex begin to appear, seemingly out of thin air.
Faced with fatherhood and separation from his children, Troy’s attitude to life changes forever. His main concern isn’t football anymore – it is how the hell he is going to be able to be a real father to his children and how many children has he got?
Of course his life is full of the other problems associated with day-to-day life. Will he ever find true love? Will he ever find a job that he is truly happy in? Can he solve a murder mystery? Can he avoid being murdered himself? Will he ever be able to be a true father to his children? All of these questions are answered in this book.
If you thought that being a fifteen-year old virgin was enough of a rollercoaster ride for Troy - read on. This year and a half of his life may leave you needing to ingest a large dose of motion pills.