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His beest work yet.

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I was just reading some of the online reviews for this book and to my surprise there was an overwhelming amount of criticism.

I understand that it is extremely over the top and pretty unrealistic but that really was not the point.

Another thing that bothered many was the writing style, which, I thought was absolute genius. It gave us (Americans) a completely alien vision of our culture and much of human behavior as a whole in a way I did not think was possible in a fiction novel.

Honestly a work of fiction has not made me think this much since I read "brave new world" and "gods debris".

This novel reminded me of my experiences with salvia divinorum.

By the way I have read:
Fight Club
Invisible Monsters

And this novel blew them all out of the water IMO.