I tried reading this book when I got it from the library but I just put it down and did not pick it up again until it was time to return it.
However, I needed to read it for a challenge on Goodreads so I got the audible version to listen to during my commute.
Not that this was a bad story by any means but for me, the narrator seriously made all the difference in the world. Our main character, and his family, were severely flawed but the portrayal in the audio version made him likeable and human. It made me root for (and feel for) him. So much so, that at one point I really wanted to beat up a fictional character on his behalf.