I´m one of the three and a half people who´ve ever read a Kane X. Faucher novel, apparently. Just took me only the better part of two years to finally pick up ZOMG!, a "social media novel". As always, any book by him is "large, cumbersome, and studded with dense verbiage" (source). Not only that, but it is also surprisingly funny. The kind of meta-irony I normally and only so far associated with Infinite Jest. Off to a good start, not very surprising, since I admire his writing ever since I laid hands on his work the first time with The Infinite Library.
And anyone who compiles a word like ´Webschmerz´ and uses it unapologetically has my full attention.