Typical Scalzi, which is always a good time. Also: cats, a pub, guns, unions, foul-mouthed dolphins and a volcano - what‘s not to like?
I like the way Scalzi centers the Average Person and deals with the way larger forces directly impact their lives, and then tosses in some humor, because isn‘t that the way most of us deal with it? Fun read. With Unions! Power to the people, y‘all.