On August first of this year, I lost my mind.
Months later I was diagnosed as bipolar. This is the story of my trip down to rock bottom and my attempt to stand back up.
I can't tell whether it was the narrator that irked me, or the flagrant repetition and simple sentences of this book (or any combination of the two). Either way, not worth the 1.5 hours. I felt that I may have liked it more if I had just read it myself, but I'm not willing to give it another shot at this point.
The narrator was monotone and had no sense of pace or rhythm when reading - sometimes it was hard to tell when the author was being funny (he had some good lines!) Or where one sentence ended and another began. . .