I’d rate Omaha Bigelow four out of five stars; it was unlike anything I’ve ever read before. It was edgy, sexual, and fantastical. It took any preconceived notions that the readers might have and dispelled them. It kept its readers guessing as to the next event just because of the sheer ridiculousness of it all. Bigelow’s story was told in a creative, yet frank way, and was written in a far from traditional sense. The dialect was common, every day, street talk and added a somewhat relatable aspect to the characters and the entirety of the novel. We were able to feel pity and despair with Omaha Bigelow as he travelled through each event of the novel.