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But not soon enough,
This review is from: John Dies at the End (Paperback)
I tried and tried, but the meaningless grime and grossness just became dreary after a while.
I just didn't care any more. It read as if each episode had been thrown together and published on the instant, so that there's a salmagundie of first thoughts, fragments of ideas and a bucket of giblets thrown onto it to make do for a sense of ambience.
(BTW Never enter a caravan with the author if you intend to burn it with gasoline: you'll both die. He hasn't a clue.)