Always looking for the next drink, drug, or girl to sleep with the unnamed narrator of R.D. Stone’s “Method of Choice” seems like a pretty unlikeable character yet there’s something intriguing about him. From his first fight to his last, I wanted things to work out for him. Stone writes the character with an ease that draws readers in, even when the subject at hand is a pretty risky (suicide attempts, graphic sex scenes, and lots of binges). The books seems almost like a kind of diary, but is actually a work of fiction. Though an easy read, with mostly short chapters, sometimes the narrator rambled too much and lost my interest. Also, I got tired of him describing how attractive he found every woman he met. Overall I rated this a 3 out of 5 stars. This book is definitely not for everyone, but interesting nevertheless.