Why did I read it? It was recommended to me by the son of an Irish author as essential reading.
What's it about? Yes, I'm still trying to figure it out.
What did I like? The narration by Jim Norton was fine and the audio was clear.
As to the book: A very different style of book from my usual; and I guessed where it was heading, yet, despite this, it held my attention. I'm sorry, it's hard to describe. It starts someone like a biography, but soon diverts into something "other".
What wasn't too like? I was never sure where this book was going, but I cannot decide if that is a good thing or not.
Would I recommend it? Yes, just for the experience alone.