"One of the best pieces of Modern satire I have ever read, and Chuck Palahniuk's best novel. Tender Branson will strike you as similar to the narrator of Fight Club, but will stick with you much longer. By the way, the ending is a trick, so don't be disappointed so quickly."
"Hilarious. Bukowski has 4 major novels. They all star the same Character, Henry Chinaski, and almost no plot exists, but they are still some of the funniest and most entertaining novels ever written. Definitely not for women, as Chinaski is an alcoholic sex freak. Start with this one."
"This is the best Koontz book I have ever read. It is touching, sweet, entertaining, everything you wish for in a thriller. If you are one of those people that read nothing but bestsellers, or you are just looking for a great book to read, this is it."
"You can't go wrong with Chuck, unless you decide to read Fight Club first like everyone else, which is one of his worst novels. This is very gruesome and dark satire, but if you like satire, it is one of the best."
"This is not the greatest book of all time, but when you consider the context in which it was written you have to reevaluate that statement. Way ahead of its time and Tolstoy's psychological interpretations are spot on."
"At this point you will notice almost all of Dean Koontz books have the same characters, ideas, arch types, and designs, but they are still entertaining. Once you get to about book 5 though, you will never want to read Koontz again."