7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Zips along so fast you forgive its flaws,
This review is from: High Society (Hardcover)
I was kind of hoping this wouldn't be much good, but no such luck. It's very entertaining. It's got such fantastic pace and so much plot that you just keep turning the pages. The characterisation is a bit broad in places (I found Tommy Hanson particularly overdone, particularly the Parky interviews) and at times you wish he'd slow down a bit (hardly a single scene goes on for more than two or three pages) but these are minor gripes. He makes you think, he covers all the arguments, and he pulls off a satisfying ending.
One thing though - it's not very funny. Inconceivable made me laugh out loud. So don't buy it for laughs. Just buy it because it's good.