anyone else think this is his weakest work by miles? even the rap book was a better read
how do you mean?
i only liked the closeted stylist part, and even that had major flaws (hasn't really aged well)
and what was up with all of the music references everywhere? it made me check out mj's "dangerous" for the first time since i was a kid, not a bad album desu
I've had it lying around in my backlog pile for months now. The only other DFW books I've read are Infinite Jest and Oblivion. Should I finish reading Mason&Dixon (300 pages left) or start this clusterfuck?