I will tell you the same thing I told my best friend after we watched Donnie Darko for the first time (these are the words that launched a hundred jokes - mostly at my expense - that are still, three years later, going strong) - "It's about time travel".
I think this was supposed to be [book: Diary], reworked to target men. The 'Entourage' to his 'Sex and the City'. It's a lot of rabies and car crashes and spiders and futuristic ports in the base of your skull (the ports I pictured like the one in "Brainscan", which if you haven't seen, you're not missing anything). Boy stuff.
It was enjoyable enough. Not as good as some of his other work, not as bad as [book: Snuff]. I read it over the course of yesterday, so it's pretty quick. There are plenty of small WTF moments before the big WTF in about the last sixty pages, not enough to even out the all the medical/conspiracy theory "paragraphs", but enough to keep it going.