It's a great book. The film was based off it (I'm sure you know that) but the book describes certain events with more detail that the movie leaves out. The only bad thing about the book, is that there's little to no punctuation like periods and quotation marks so it might get confusing when trying to follow who is saying what. But if you've seen the movie, then the book will be easy to follow, and a pleasant read!
That's probably for the best, Gackt. Since you're too childish to have an adult exchange, I'll just leave this here:
You're too prideful to admit you're in the wrong, so you continue to shift blame onto me. I don't expect you to have sympathy for every plight known to man, but I do expect a 31 year old to know the difference between making fun of dead people, and poking light of an unpleasant situation.
I'll not discuss this issue with you any further. Take care.