Jeffrey Zygmont's novel Ad Man in the Games of 2046 is flawed in some respects (or maybe I'm just not perceptive enough to recognize that the "flaws" were all part of Zygmont's satire), but it is still very much enjoyable. The premise is utterly ridiculous, as advertised. The "dialect" is fascinating, though the long dialect-strewn interactions are a bit of a nuisance to slog through. While the book cannot exactly be called "profound", it is thought-provoking. Overall, a very engaging, satisfying read.