I expected this book to be an okay book for younger people, and that I would find it somewhat boring. I wasn't really looking forward to reading it, to be honet. When I got through the first 25 pages, it picked up though, and I started to actually like the book. There isn't much to the story and the writing is kind of childish, but it's an easy read when you're feeling sick.
The story was predictable, but still had its surprises, which made it an okay reading experience. I read this in just one day - and I wasn't feeling well - so that would mean that this was a good book. I'm not sure why I liked it, if it was the story, the humor or the writing.
I think this book's the right one for you, if you're between 14 and 16.