I wasn't going to review this, but a thought occurred this morning when I recognized similarities between this novel and [b:Infinite Jest|6759|Infinite Jest|David Foster Wallace|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1165604485s/6759.jpg|3271542]. Drexler doesn't go over-the-top as much as Foster, and the book is much more concise, yet there is a flavor -- perhaps a brand of creativity -- that I enjoyed in both. They have messages about entertainment and art in modern society that motors both plots. Drexler is more stable, perhaps due to her age at the writing as compared to Foster, who was still so very young. Anyway, just something that made me go Hmmmmmm.