If you like the free sample, perhaps you'll want to own copies of the later works. Bear in mind that Daylight wears its influences on its elbow-patched sleeve. It was originally dedicated to "The Four Toms of the Apocalypse: T.S. Eliot, Thomas Pynchon, Tom Robbins, and T. Coraghessan Boyle." Fans of Pynchon and Robbins will almost certainly detect how much of their styles I liberally cribbed.
The two iUniverse novels show this author staking out his own stylistic territory. I must admit that I prefer the style of Small Town more than that of Earthworm, primarily because the former is easier to read aloud, with tighter sentences and less fancy vocabulary. But by a small margin I prefer the plot and characters in Earthworm.