posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 11:30 AM
I got this last month after having it on my to-read list for nearly a decade. I'm only reading sporadically due to simultaneously tackling
Gödel, Escher, Bach..., and am barely a hundred pages in (119 to be exact) but it's fast becoming my all-time favorite 'novel'. I've
never been one for linear plots (short attention span here) so I love the way it jumps around, and the seemingly haphazard layout has a familiar feel
because it's similar to the same way I organize my own graphic journal. Hell, even Truant's entries remind me of my own adolescent/ 20-something
stream-of-consciousness ramblings back when writing was my life, and it's enough to make me want to start doing it again. Nothing but the purest
love for this book...