I bought this on impulse because M.T. Anderson was one of my faves when I was younger but I'd never read this one. The idea of a sort of "fast food wars" done in the name of revenge over a girl sounded really funny, but I really did not like the way that this was written. It was so affectedly quirky and strange. This style worked for his dystopian, FEED, but it bogged down his paranormal, THIRSTY, and this one, as well. So far, FEED is the only book by this author that has really held up for me, which is sad, but at least I have one.
1 out of 5 stars