You shall Know Our Velocity

Full review forthcoming. Initial impressions? Compelling, Couplandesque. Found the middle part to be distracting and overly contrived but it certainly made for an interesting perspective on the rest the narrative. Sometimes feels like a crackerjack response to a really strange creative writing assignment. Still, overall I liked it. Another watershed moment in the history of Gen X literature. Reflects that sarcastic-but-sensitive, overly analytic inner voice so typical of young geniuses of my demographic. That aimless yet hopeful search for meaning in the universe. Kind of the viewpoint of “the glass is half-empty, but eventually we might find a pitcher from which to refill it.”