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Zane Montgomery is likable if entirely luckless. In some lives he's more likeable than in others, but regardless of whether he's a caveman, daredevil, or mafia thug, you gotta feel for the poor guy. The writing style is brilliant. The narration breaks the fourth wall on occasion and is peppered with colorful commentary and humorous asides and I freely admit to snort-laughing on several occasions. As for the romantic aspect, well, I can't say I shed tears, but it's surprisingly heartwarming, considering... Stuff I won't say because of spoilers.
Fans of Wes Anderson films will likely begin fantasy casting this one about halfway through. Highly recommended for anyone with a sense of humor.
2) Gestas's attitude when Jesus Christ promises that the two robbers would be with Him in the Kingdom of Heaven. I'm sorry but his response ("I'm gonna pass on that one, J.C.") just rubs me the wrong way. As a Christian, I just can't bring myself to continue this book after that kind of scene.
After these two incidents, I just don't have a good feeling about the rest of the book and I'm afraid I'll end up hating it more than I do now. Amazon describes this book as a "romantic comedy" and "humorous," but I don't find this funny.