There's another thread regarding "A Visit From The Goon Squad" and from memory I've already posted a review.
Just for the record, I'd like to say the book lacked any form of sincerity for me; the characters are cardboard cutouts, there are no memorable moments or thought-provoking prose and the only shining light is New York City itself.
If pressed, I'd give it an extra half-star for the creative post-modern layout of Chapter 12.
(PS: I think the ending was meant to be an ooh-aah reveal but it fell flat for me)
"Every story has three sides to it - yours, mine and the facts" Foster Meharny Russell