I won a copy through the Goodreads' Firstreads program.
It's always nice, while reading on lunch break, to snort coffee through your nose as coworkers question your sanity. Reading DOWN AISLE TEN is like your most snarky, humorous friend telling you a story about his/her crazy adventures.
At only 220 pages, the novel is easy to read straight through. I only put it down in order to perform basic functions of life.
The premise is focused around observations on psychosis...in the style of a handed-down-folk-tale your grandpa might share regarding some incident you weren't yet born to witness. What makes this book so side-spliting is the author's spot-on insight into our American human conditions.