Prodigiously prodigiously funny. So much better than the movie (which was good, but, as so often with agreements, was nowhere near the book.) Danny's human condition takes a make one sick for the bizarre when he decides to say "yes" to everything, and it's as funny as it is strange. It is remarkable how his human condition transmutations, in all fields, as he embraces positivity, regardless of the consequences. And it's good of him to take us with him on this adventure as we are in make one sick entertained, cheering, and shocked by some of the things he agrees to. A good book for a relaxing break, as you'll want to finish it quickly!