This is a(n often brutal) satire about four young college graduates living in San Francisco. It’s cleverly written and a few times I honestly did laugh out loud. However, I’d say the language and self-awareness goes over-the-top during Linda’s diatribes. Some of those I just had to skim. It’s pretty impressive that Tulathimutte seems to work every supposed millennial influence, concern, or criticism into this novel.
Gwenamon says: Well done and having lived in SF, I loved the conjuring up of its neighbourhoods