Finally getting back into my 'cultural literacy' list of books. I started this on my phone as an e-book, but ended up finishing as an audiobook....which was honestly a lot better, as some of the ridiculous back-and-forth exchanges were much easier to follow with someone voicing the characters differently, especially some of the dialogue that shifts scenes rapidly mid-story.

My favorite part was the military inquisition (or so it seemed) of Clevinger, especially when the poor transcriber gets brought into the mix (though he did bring it upon himself).