Do you hit snooze or turn off the alarm? Do you take a shower or run the bath? Do you have a bowl of cereal in the morning or skip breakfast? Do you turn off the freeway to avoid congestion or stay on the interstate? Do you keep waiting on hold or hang up the phone?
This likely leads you to an obvious question: why pay for something so terribly boring? Well, this book (novella, really--but that sounds a little too exotic... almost European) only costs 99 cents, and most of what you can purchase for such a nominal price generally consists of low-grade fast food menu items.
A child-size burger with enough sodium for an adult male's entire day.
Some sort of deep-fried taco that sticks to the wrapper it's served in.
This book may be the most boring book ever written, but after consuming this item you won't feel the need to go to the gym, vomit, or eat a tossed salad for dinner. You'll just be bored. Very bored. You might fall asleep, but people pay pharmacists a lot more than 99 cents for such medications, so really, this is much better for you.
Come to think of it, you can't afford not to buy this book.
This book is not at all affiliated with the original Choose-Your-Own-Adventure series of children's books. Say what you will about them, but they're not mundane. Those books have very large and imposing snowmen, or caves that allow you to travel through time. Although outlandish, they are not boring.
This book is just boring. Do no expect anything interesting to happen in this book.