"This book will eff you up if you're not properly ready or trained for it. You have to open your mind and heart for a slap upside the head of the scientific community. Trey Hamburger is the most underrated and potentially significant genius mind of our, or any time."
"A lot of minimalist literature will attempt to create a strange overall picture or feeling by simply stated the facts, and they fail eight times out of ten. Shoplifting from American apparel works. It works as a picture of youthful disconectivity in an age where the battle of who-could-care-less is waged online."
"Pretty easy read, has some funny moments. Interesting as it serves as anti-war yet the experiences that Swoff had seem to have bonded him to the war machine, there is a strong empathy towards his fellow soldier."
"Changed my perspective of time altogether, amazing author. It's the type of book that you relish every sentence because you know that Kurt Vonnegut didn't actually write it, he was more or less possessed by the god of communications. That god dude wrote it."
"There is a more concentrated effort here compared to his other books that are so good it seems as if he woke up one day and decided to write a whole book just for something to do. No player piano is a lot more conventional and yet it still stands out from a lot of dystopian novels."
"If there was a book I wish I had written this is it. Off the cuff, stylistically smooth and hilarious in its ridiculousness. Gonzo Journalism is just a name for HSTs unique way of putting things. People just copy him and think they are contributing to a genre."
"Style, style, style. Chandler creates a mood so cool it makes you want to take up smoking again just to fit in. The plot lines aren't captivating or overall page turning but the scenes in themselves are just plain cool."