A better flow to the narrative. It's almost as if someone wrote an entire book on twitter using the most bland jokes possible.
The story was simply awful. Full of unfunny jokes, unfunny setups, with no actual humor.It's not even a real story, just a sequence of unfunny one liners strung together.
I'm not sure if the book has no punctuation but it was certainly narrated that way.
If I was an editor, I would have rejected this as a book.
I can only believe the rave reviews were plants. On the other hand, if you thought the "Ernest goes to,," series of movies was funny, this is probably the right book for you.
Not really - it was frustrating experience.
Probably not. There were compelling ethical questions but no answers or hints that the author even knew what questions the book raised.
For some reason, the speaker pronounced Javier with a 'D'. Very odd and took you out of the narrative spell repeatedly.
Sure - Hollywood would turn it into a sci-fi action flick much like 'I, Robot'. It would be a fun way to pass the time with some popcorn.
I really wanted to like it - the description sounded right up my alley.
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