Palookaville 23 Reviewed in the National Post
From the review:
Seth has allowed himself room to jump through time in Nothing Lasts; memory triggering memory, asides that last longer than the story that triggers them. It’s a testament to Seth’s storytelling that Nothing Lasts never drags; each memory moves it forward, like a well-curated trip through the author’s past. The current instalment deals mostly with the author’s early loves; they’re funny, honest and occasionally uncomfortable. The work is well on its way to being the best of Seth’s already impressive career to date.