Player One: What Is to Become of Us (CBC Massey Lecture) - Douglas Coupland Player One had an interesting narrative, which I enjoyed but recognize isn't to the taste of all. The characters were compelling and the book addressed some of the thing we all worry about, such as death, religion and time. It was funny in parts, profound in parts, and in others it was both simultaneously.

I particularly enjoyed Rachel's parts of the book, although all characters had narratives I related to and became fascinated by.

I wonder if this is how it really would play out, if the price of oil rocketed. These characters won't leave me any time soon.