To be honest, I didn't plan on reading this book. My sister and I were looking around at a store in the Midway Airport, and the cover of this book caught my eye. I don't usually like non-fiction, but as soon as I opened this book, I was captivated. I finished it before our plane even landed. Ronson, the author of "The Men Who Stare at Goats", switches gears completely in this novel. It's dark, humorous tone engrosses the reader while they learn about how psychopaths shape our society. I can easily see why it made the New York Times Best Sellers list. It was entertaining, and witty, and it taught me some genuinely interesting things. I recommend it to anybody looking for a great book to read this summer, but beware; You may start to classify some people you know as psychopaths.