Short and sweet. This is my second Andrew Kaufman book and I really enjoyed it. He has some weird ideas for a story, but the underlying messages are endearing. Side note - I like a short book, but this was really short. 112 pages, plus lots of pictures, blank space and 20+ pages devoted to a preview of his new book (which I already own). This made the book look longer than it really was. I can't help but feel it should be bound differently to reflect its smaller stature as a very short story, rather than this page padding and price tag in comparison with 400+ page novels.