Waking up with the Devil in your apartment can be quite a shock. The good news: he made fresh coffee. The bad news: he's offering you a deal. And that's not even the weirdest part of Billy Ridgeway's day. Bushnell's novel is a comedic exploration of modern life's facebooktwitterness and hipster habitualness, morality, ineptitude, dreams, and desires deferred. Billy's world is filled with warlocks, werewolves, demons and gods, literary feuds, and a rather reasonable guy named Lucifer. Smart, hilarious, knowing, The Weirdness is shades of Good Omens with a dash of The Big Lebowski and Bored to Death.