My review! (no spoilers)
The book was good. It wasn't like his other books. There seemed to be less of the philosophy of Fight Club or Survivor, but still a good plot-driven story. All this nonsense about the twist ending, well maybe I missed it, but I wasn't really too surprised by anything. Kind of corny at the end, I expected a little more, but don't skip ahead to read it, EVER. It seemed to read quicker than the other books. Seeing Will Tupper as a character was really odd. On a scale from Lullaby to Survivor, I'd put it here:
Lullaby (I didn't like Lullaby, did I)
See, it's all by itself, right in the middle. I think maybe it goes by how much you can relate to the narrator, maybe that's how it goes with how much I liked these books, I don't know.
In conclusion, Diary is pretty good. Different. But still interesting.
"The world will little note nor long remember what we say here." - Abe
"Having now finished the work assigned to me, I retire form the great theatre of Action; and bidding an Affectionate farewell to this August body under whose orders I have so long acted, I here offer my Commission, and take my leave..." - George
"The rest is silence." - Bill