There's something about David Nicholl's writing that just sweeps you up and enters into your depths. So relatable, so insightful without trying to be. It's a little bit of a dense read though, you have to read slowly, pay attention to the words and concepts. It's well worth it though. I don't usually like when an author jumps right in and you start off as a confused reader, but it was easy to shake off once Charlie started describing himself- it grounded the story for me. I can't wait to immerse myself in this world and see how it all unfolds!