Most helpful positive review
on 9 July 2012
To start with, I'll give a few warnings (please note, these are nothing against the book, just a few things surrounding it which may be a bit misleading). Firstly, David Wong is listed as a co-author, when he actually just did the foreword (although if you're looking at this because you like the works of Mr. Wong, then I would certainly recommend this book); secondly, the foreword may give the impression that this book contains Unicorns, it does not (although this sin't a problem with the book, I think unicorns may have detracted a bit); thirdly, the kindle port (at least the one I had), does not have proper paragraph breaks, which is a bit of a pain.
Now onto the book itself. This book is a true wonder to read, and I cannot recommend it highly enough, the humour is sublimely merged with the sci-fi events throughout, and it's packed full of story such that you always want to be reading it. I found myself reading the climax/conclusion of the book whilst stood up, as I couldn't bring myself too stop reading long enough to find a chair, I was that engrossed. So, this is a book which I would strongly suggest to anyone who likes enjoyable, weird sci-fi, and who doesn't have an important task to do which requires their full attention.