IFReviewed by Andrew Plotkin on 2006-06-25 08:51
I am well pleased. The author apologizes for the "rushed and uneven mixture of gonzo humor and surreal horror", but I think he's underselling himself. Such things have always been complementary. (Look at "The Lurking Horror".)
So, you're in your office, doing your work, and you're trying to stay cool. If I say another thing about the plot it'll be too much. It goes on from there, that's all.
Now, the author also comments hopefully about the ending, which some might see as a bit of a drag. He wants to talk about the motivation of the protagonist as contrasted with the motivation of the player. I'd say it's simpler than that; some stories are a downer, that's all. It's a good ending because it makes you go "Gnaaaaah!" It does that very well. The only other ending I can think of involves being promoted, if you see what I mean, and that wouldn't be quite as visceral. So let it stand.