I was so interested in the plot, but it was too confusing to follow.
No one, not the reader or the characters have time to slow down and figure out what the hell is going on with the story.
The story itself is a bit confusing and choppy, but there is enough entertainment on each page to keep you reading.
Great cyberpunk sort of tongue in cheek freakshow ultraviolent book. It's really short, but packed with bizarre details and asides, the story flies off in different directions,... Read morePublished on October 13, 2011 by John Cable
A great book Steve Aylett is one of my favorite authors cant wait to read the rest of his books..
While reading to the end of this book i came across page 118 & 119. Read more
This author slice and dices through the English language, rips apart old cliches and idioms. Almost every sentence is a joke, and it can be jarring at times. Read morePublished on November 6, 2008 by Doctor Robotnic
Aylett is beyond the help of modern mental health treatment. Classifying this book is likewise beyond the existing definitions of literary genres. Read morePublished on September 2, 2008 by Dick Johnson
This book is one of my favorites. It's absolutely hilarious and not nearly as confusing or hard to read as some people seem to paint it as. Read morePublished on August 25, 2006 by Mike
Aylett seems to be trying too hard with this one. Of course alot of his later books have that going on... Read morePublished on August 28, 2005 by Bones Wallace
A stylish easy read that lacks the substance to take off, like a great cartoon. Smart and funny in spots but never challenging.Published on September 7, 2004 by Canaan R. Goldman
Reading Slaughtermatic hurt more than if someone had slammed it over my head a few times. There is no denying that Aylett's use of words is original (making it worth reading) but... Read morePublished on September 25, 2002 by Phil Kailer