This was a very difficult book to read. It took a lot longer to finish than an average novel, even though it's only 172 pages. Most of it did not make any sense to me, and I felt was open to all sorts of interpretation. Every page was weird, ambiguous, disjointed. I can see the comparisons with W Burroughs, the random 'cut up' technique, stream of consciousness etc. But, if an entire novel is like that, well, what are you meant to think? It is very confusing indeed. Some rare parts I quite liked, and even though it's largely incomprehensible - at least to me - it is still well written. It is hyper-surreal; at no point do you know what is real and what is imagined. Is it a dream, a nightmare? Insanity? It's never clear; the end has some sort of resolution but even that is really vague.
I think it would be useful for readers, if the author discussed her book somewhere, as it's very hard to figure out her intentions/motives for writing this. Some good reviews of the book can be found online, as well as various comments etc. I actually found these more interesting than the novel itself!
To sum up, I'd say, the effort is intriguing, and the author shows guts for writing this. I didn't find it entertaining though and felt it was too experimental.
So, unless you're willing to slowly plod through a very bizarre and disorienting text, I don't think you should buy this book.