This graphic novel relates the wanderings of Enid and Rebecca, who have just finished high school and are ambivalent about everything, whether it is about their future, their opinions, their place in society or their orientation.
Enid and Rebecca are obsessed by losers and mediocre culture. They are witty and judgmental on what surrounds them - and quite vocal about it as well - but on the other hand they are uncomfortable in their few attempts at self-assessment.
I "think" that I enjoyed this book (not sure yet, since the novel makes me uneasy) because, as a reader, I found myself being absorbed by Enid and Rebecca the same way they are obsessed with mediocrity. For me, the fact that the author was successful in transferring to the reader the main character trait of Enid and Rebecca makes reading this graphic novel quite an experience. In my view, Daniel Clowes is to graphic novels what Todd Solondz is to filmmaking.