Each chapter uses only one vowel. Not one vowel once, but the same vowel over and over again, in real words that are almost never repeated, formed into real sentences with real meaning.
Force language through this horrifying meat grinder, season with ribald Canadian wit (not an oxymoron, as it turns out), and you get sentences such as this: “Slick pimps, bribing civic kingpins, distill gin in stills, spiking drinks with . . . continue reading, and add your comments