First, the tl;dr version. It's funny, unpredictable, and enjoyable. I definitely recommend reading it, especially if you enjoyed Superego or Sidequest.
Imagine a world in the future that's like Nineteen Eighty-four. You know, the one with Big Brother and the Thought Police. Now imagine it being run by the people who work at the DMV. Except not as motivated. That's the setting for this book. The heroes of the story are... not very bright. They've been left behind by the world but at least they have each other. Unless a better opportunity arises. The story starts with Satan and donuts, the latter being much more interesting to Doug, the main character. It moves at a rapid pace and in unexpected directions. I laughed, a lot. There are beautiful women, gunfights, explosions, dramatic betrayals, hanging lampshades, and even robots. No vampires though (sparkly or otherwise) or zombies, thank goodness. It's a fun way to spend an afternoon and a good story too.