In this gripping social satire of modern times, Me and Bobby McGee pokes fun at the inane absurdities ingrained in our society, proving that freedom is truly subjective and karma is not just a philosophy, but a fate that is unwavering. And as an added bonus, for the careful reader and music fan, there are subtle connections throughout the novel to the classic folk song that inspired its title. In a world of terrible truths and impending doom, find out what happens when the only man with the power to stop it... decides not to."
The main character was too horny, and drinks too much. The F-word and other cuss words were used too much... 3 times more than necessary. It's not that I'm opposed to using the F-word either. I think it's a great word, because it has its place. If you use it too often, it loses its effectiveness. That's kind of how I felt with this book. It was "too much", and lost its effectiveness with me.