I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
At the start of the book I felt it was a bit tough to get into it but it does really pick up and becomes a very entertaining and enjoyable read.
The setup and how the world Pat lives in seems unique and fun. The way Nick and his relationship starts was fascinating to see unfold. I was a bit turned off by Pat's excessive thoughts and actions but he quickly grew on me. There were scenes in the book that I though were quite humorous (Pat being caught as night manager,interaction with his sister, and the situation he just manages to step into) and exciting (being a minion and Slut leader for his mother).
I liked the direction the author took the book in. How he kind of blurred the line for being a superhero and villain. That the villains has good intentions but carried out their plans in a way that was very normal ex. Bitterfly and Doctor Destiny. I also liked that there's a sense of honor among the villains almost like a respectable game. They don't really encroach on each others challenges/take on world domination. They don't attack the heroes they know the real identity (ex. Silver Paladin) of when they're citizens.
The ending was nice but I kind of wanted to see how everything would go for Nick and Pat long term or at the very least see how Nick fumbles along when he meets Pat's family for dinner.