Top positive review
I laughed. I cried. I scared people.
February 9, 2015
I laughed. I cried. I *howled*. Half a Waffle House stared at me in consternation. (Not kidding about that.)
If you are now, or ever have been, the kind of relatively low rent guy or gal who gets together with a bunch of similarly low rent friends and gets hammered and hams it up alternatively over role playing your D&D characters and swapping over the top insults, you, too, will probably laugh, cry, and/or soil yourself reading this book.
If all of that sounds more appalling than appealing, then this probably isn't for you. The author's plotting, writing, and character building skills are quite good - more so than you might expect from a book like this. But you will need an appreciation for low humor and the particular mindset of the working class to really understand where they're coming from.
I wasn't kidding about the real, over the top laughter though. Or the stares I got in the Waffle House this morning. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go buy the next book in the series.