These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Crazy Awesome: Attacking a guild of assassins with a trash truck full of peanut-butter-smeared bomb-rats? Shooting a bullet so that it flies along a CIRCULAR WALL and kills everybody standing along it, including the shooter? Sloan's "X marks the spot" death from LITERALLY miles away during Wesley's "this is (not) me" lecture"?
The broken keyboard scene has spread too, leading to such gems as this.◊
Nightmare Fuel: A garbage truck chock-freaking-full of the aforementioned exploding rats.
Strawman Has a Point: Wesley's boss may be verbally abusive, incredibly obnoxious, and a poor manager, but she does have a point in that Wesley should perhaps be doing his job rather than surfing the internet.
Wesley: "Can you believe I raped an A-list celebrity and it didn't even make the news? That's how deep The Fraternity goes, my friend."
Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy: In a fight between a group of nihilistic, mass-murdering, serial-raping assholes who want to continue ruling the world in secret and a group of nihilistic, mass-murdering, serial-raping assholes who want to rule the world openly, why should the reader really care who wins? Heck, you might as well root for the series' antagonist, Mr. Rictus. At least he's good for some Black Comedy (if you're amused by the slaughter of children). The You Bastard ending seems to indicate that the author himself hates both the story, and anyone who read it through to the end. One of the possible interpretations is that he's condemning anyone who could accept a universe so devoid of hope.
Narm: The book's final scene, a Take That, Audience! which calls out the reader for supporting a monstrous Villain Protagonist like Wesley, falls pretty flat for those readers who never do side with him in the first place and keeep reading only out of the vague hope that he receives some kind of comeuppance or Downer Ending.
Strawman Has a Point: A lot of the main characters' problems would have been solved if Seltzer (who runs two continents to everyone's one) just let Rictus run South America.
Squick: Human bodies exploding from Wesley's shots, cannibalism...