I'm in love with how the book is written - using two voices by incorporating fictional footnotes is brilliant. Basically I like how he pushes the conventional boundaries of the novel medium.
This story reminds me of Mulholland Drive. Probably because it takes place in LA and its just as messed up at the Lynch film.
Secondly, I wish normal stories could be told in this way. I feel that I'm missing a lot because these stories (Jimmy/House) are foreign to me. Like I'm concentrating on the delivery method much more than story.
And to be honest, I think with a logical mind, and I like to be able to figure all the idiosyncrasies out, but with how odd these stories are I'm having a hard time. Maybe I need more literary training.