Before I bought this I read a review that said that it was full of immature humor. I figured it was someone in their fifties or sixties saying that so I, being a young 33, thought it would be perfect for me. It was super immature and just poorly written. But the story was great. I felt like I needed to know what happened next and I enjoyed it for the most part. There were just times when I wanted to slap the stupid out of the writer. "Stop ruining your story!"
This book is awesomely fun and is punctuated by terrific insights into surprising subjects from M-theory to relativistic time to human nature. Absolutely brilliant.
sometimes I cannot contain my laughter. I love zombie books, survival books, and this one is so demented and strange, I'm left speechless. if u like demented and strange it's the best. plus you'll laugh ur a** off.
The story is the story, but Stephen R. Thorne's performance made it a better, funnier story. I'm so disappointed to see he didn't narrate the sequel.
Narration was fine, but the story was kind of a mess. Half the time it felt like it was trying way too hard to be random and/or gross, there's a lot that doesn't make sense or goes unexplained, and I struggled to care enough to get to the end.
This story was everything I expected it to be upon recommendation and then some. The plot is causally written, yet thoroughly detailed, and also deep and twisting.
The narrator's casual spoken and hilarious sense of humor with the story added to the immersion, making the product far more fun overall. I could recommend this story to anyone I know (with the exception of grandma) and be sure they would love it.
This purchase is worth it, quit thinking about it and just buy the book already. Truth is, you already bought it in the future and the internal choice you're having now is completely irrelevant.
Just read the book, even the part with the bratwurst.
A simple dude into Sci-Fi and Comedy and Non-fiction
This book is way to disjointed to get more than 3 stars, the saving grace was the narrator and his pretty job impressions of Christopher walken and Christian Slater. Acid is bad kids, it'll really mess you up.
At its core this book is Ghost-busters, a group surrounded by and struggling to stop malevolent supernatural forces. Only instead of three groundbreaking scientists there are two slackers, who barely manage to conquer the everyday challenges of life, yet alone the strange new paranormal challenges thrust upon them after taking a strange drug that lifts the veil from their eyes.
The book goes back and forth between brilliant insightful concepts that really make you stop and think, and then weird for the sake of being weird moments punctuated with one to many penis jokes. Its odd but defiantly worth a read if you are into the paranormal.