Throughout the novel, natural cycles rub uncomfortably against unnatural ones—“rent (it comes every month! like your period, ugh).” Capitalism is singled out as the villainous force both driving this breakneck pace and keeping 20-somethings in economic precarity, subsisting on sublets and shared bedrooms—a drop-out way of life that feels like interminable teenhood. The novel ruminates on the tangle of visibility and stability, screen-exposure and monetizable existence.


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