Having come out of an extended period of singleness and exertive dating I found this book fascinating. It helps you compare your own experience and process it all.
The story really is timeless - could have been written today.
A story about a nice Jewish girl who wants to get married, but can't seem to find the right guy, so she decides she's going to kill herself. She plans everything out, and the book is basically her suicide note to her parents. It's not a sad book, by any means.