I don't know what's more offputting, the constant misogyny or the constant terrible grammar. The sex scenes are boring and repetitive. And you don't need to recap the story at the start of every chapter when your chapters are five pages long, unless you think your readers are idiots.
I really enjoyed this story. The characters were very human and believable. Having worked part time in retail I know just how insane things can be. David is an interesting character and it took me a little while to warm up to him, but I really enjoyed the end.
I really enjoyed this diverse collection of stories. For me it was the last two short tales that were the most appealing, but the whole collection was nicely written with well developed characters and great realism throughout.
The secret of retail is that most of its employees are small-minded, uneducated and self absorbed. Wade, the main character in this book, is a perfect example of that. I wasn't that enthralled with the story right up until the end, when the author really pulled it together.