Amazingly funny; an "oh, no! He didn't!" sort of truthful examination of people we see from day to day, told from a voice that is likely to be the subconscious of most of the GenX/GenY folks. Highly recommended.
This is pure nihilism in its most light, witty and congenial form. Like the other reviewer said, Paul Neilan's writing kept reminding me about Chuck Palahniuk's style, a quality not to be ashamed about. Even though the protagonist is kind of a dick I could identify with him, which is why I read most of it aloud. And me talking loudly in my room, by myself, like an idiot, is usually a good sign in my book.
An unexpectedly enjoyable debut. Here's hoping it's not his last.
This is a very quick and funny read. I laughed through the whole thing and not many books can make me do that. It's like a light hearted Chuck Palahniuk book. If you're not into it after the first sentence then you won't ever get into it because that's the tone for the rest of the book.