Infinite Jest is read, finished and done, three weeks and some change before the end of Infinite Summer. I am now very pleased, very tired and very much inclined to read it again in the future bearing the context and information I do, but before that very conscious of the fact that I will be processing the tome for a few weeks at the least. I may also have to read something very dumb and untaxing to let my brain settle.

This counts as an unabashed recommendation, incidentally. It's a staggering work that repays in full your investment (though Lord knows I can see the closing pages kill or maybe just gently maim some people - reaching page 900 left me utterly bewildered as to how Wallace was going to wrap it all up...)

Also, re the end? Called it.