This book is one that requires the reader to have a sense of humor. If you're easily offended or lack a sense of humor, this book is likely not for you. That said, I found this book to be incredibly humorous. Zmirak's wit and sarcasm kept me turning the pages to see what he'd say next. Before I give you the impression that the book is simply there to entertain the reader, let me assure you that there is a certain element of seriousness as well. Throughout the book you will find references to great theological minds such as Thomas Aquinas. Zmirak essentially presents a vice, gives us a few stories that illustrate that vice, and then tosses in solid insight that will get you thinking.
After each vice and it's associated virtue are presented, there is a "Trademark-Busting Cosmo-Style Quiz." These quizzes present you with a situation and four choices for how you might respond to it. I found the quizzes and their potential answers to not only make me think, but they also made me laugh.
The type in this book is small (think college text books that had the sole purpose of killing your eyesight), but the copious illustrations and pictures make up for the itty bitty type. Despite the small print, this book is probably the most fun you'll have learning about the deadly sins.