I enjoy reading anything different, but I don't often come across any story that is narrated non-chronologically. I know that plenty of stories utilize flashbacks and other techniques to mix things up a little bit, but I'm unfamiliar with any books that are narrated in reverse order or some variation -- like the movie Memento. And, as I mentioned, even books like Fight Club that just have an interesting order about them are hard to come across. There are some books that start at the end and then go back to the beginning, but I don't know of any that start at the end and work their way back. I realize that this is for good reason. Memento is probably my favorite movie, but I didn't have the slightest idea about anything that was going on in the movie until it was a third of the way over. I don't think that's such a big deal for a movie, but, for a book, I could see how that would be extremely annoying. So how do/would you feel about a book like this? I think it works for mystery plots very well because it adds to the list of things out of the ordinary. Other than that, I think it's just a gimmick that can get in the way more than anything else. Movies and books are different in a lot of ways. I think that it can work to a movie's advantage for the viewer to not know what's going on for a while. For a book, I don't think it's such an advantage.