What an interesting book with a character that’s pretty damn relatable to those of us who didn’t quite fit in whilst in high school and are trying to break out on a new path as adults. Poor Dennis made the decision to stand up for two of the less popular kids and now, years later, believes those decisions have trapped him into a life he’d rather not live. Then, when disaster strikes, it’s up to Dennis and his friends to save those idiots who have always been pushing them around.
This is definitely a light hearted, fun read which probably isn’t intended to be taken seriously. There are some points where the jump from POV to POV can become confusing, but, overall, the book was an excellent escape from reality. I give it a very solid 4 stars.