This book is awful. I stubbornly made my way to the bitter end just to give it a single star and ravage it in this short, capsule review. Ah, the taste of semi-satisfaction. I should have looked at some of the comments of previous readers via goodreads as it would have made me pass on this irritating, phony, cooler than thou exorcise in superficiality that Kunkel has crafted. The book is lighter than a feather and has absolutely no substance to it as it tells the story of an annoying 20 something who suffers from "indecision" about everything in his life. I guess this is Kunkel's attempt at satirizing the malaise that modern 20 year olds suffer via their overly medicated ADD existences, but I just found the entire story a rambling, meandering, worthless waste of my time. And yours too if you are smart enough to read another negative review of this book and decide not to read it [something I wish I'd done!]. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid.