Well I don't think I'm going to read post-apocalypse fiction in the same way ever again. It's set at a time when Pitcairn Island is sinking, which is expected to kick off a chain of cataclysmic events (read: the end of the world). From a style point of view it's fascinating and ambitious. Layered. Meta. Super self-aware. But pace wise it had (forgivable) slow spots (not easy to write a character who can't remember anything without computer help).