I read this book cold. I had no preconceptions on the subject matter, it did not come onto my radar through my usual "you may also like..." channels. But I am very, very glad that I bought it.
This book is a journey. It's one of those journeys that picks you up and carries you along. You don't want to stop, you need to find out where you're going. And when you get there, you've enjoyed the whole process. As with all journeys, there are bits you find uncomfortable, bits that make you think, bits that make you laugh out loud, but the whole journey is one you'll remember. The journey the main character takes is a profound one, a moving one and - ultimately - one that makes you look hard at yourself. Would I have done anything differently? How would that affect me?
Tim's style of writing is a pleasure to read, it flows from the screen, almost reading itself.
And the final words? Perfect.