This short story is told in first person and begins with an intro/prologue which rambles on a bit. The writing is lively, but if this kind of thing annoys you, you won’t miss anything important by skipping ahead. Following that, the story kicks off with the protagonist, Jerry, down on his luck. There’s some good characterization, and once the action starts the story rolls along nicely.
The writing’s nothing special and suffers from quite a lot of editing errors, but is perfectly readable.
Expect violence and death, nothing especially icky.