it is an excellent story with a flawless, if slightly monotonous reading. I would definitely recommend it to people who like lovecraft and have the humour of a highschooler. All hail Korrok.
The book was very different And I would leave it that way.
The fantasy trip it took you down.
It was made into a movie, but it was a very bad movie.
crazy, cynical, unbelievable and captivating. These words describe this story best.
you'll lose sleep trying to finish it.
Stephen Thorne does a magnificent job acting out the varied characters in this exciting story.
This book had some memorable moments and ideas, but the writing style and organization were just atrocious. The voice actor did well with what he was given, but well-read garbage is still garbage. Avoid.
What a bizarre, intriguing story. I've never read a book like this before, and probably never will have the honor of doing so again... but it was very, very good!
Hilarious anecdotes and adventures, delightful characters, and some really crazy twists... I don't even begin to know how to describe this book except that it's eccentric, off-the-wall, and leaves you wondering, "why do I love this so much?"
If you're not okay with obscenity or get easily offended, this book is definitely not for you. It's pretty crass but didn't seem to be unnecessarily vulgar. It just is what it is and I loved every moment of it.
It was quirky, unexpected, and a delightful break from the usual, cookie-cutter novel experience.
The voice was just perfect for this character. I could picture him perfectly! His pacing was spot-on as his fast reading style made me feel uncomfortable and rushed, which set the perfect mood.
If you came to this book from the movie - then you won't be disappointed. The film basically covers the first and last portions of the book. There's plenty of extra content, weirdness and story that was left out of the film, and some of is is pretty genius.
That being said, if you haven't watched the movie, then who can say if you'll loathe or love the book. Other reviews seem to indicate a schizophrenic response that ranges from disgust to worship.
Generally speaking, it's a lovecraftian comedy about a couple of suburban knucklehead twenty somethings. Yes there are fart jokes. And yes, I think the writing would have been better minus a few of them. For the most part though, they come from characters who would speak like that and some of it is admittedly pretty original - and sometimes even funny.
That originality is why I would recommend this book. There are ideas in here that are just a thread shy of insane. That thread is the difference though between just plain strange and just plain brilliant. To say anymore would ruin it... and likely invite the shadows in.