Seth Andrews sure has a way with words. I enjoyed this book a lot and no just because I found similarities to my own journey. He is an adequate storyteller and I love his humourish, snarky style. Well, sometimes, I did felt he was kind of tip-towing around what he was trying to convey. But that was out of fear of hurting his family, I suppose. I had the feeling that he didn't go all the way because he had in mind that fact that his parents might get to read this and he wanted to ease the discomfort. This didn't bother me too much, though. I appreciated that he was so polite with the faithful and he stressed the fact that it was their beliefs that were stupid, not them, as people. Overall, I was glued to my kindle, even though this books was non-fiction, and I've lost the habit of reading non-fiction quite a while ago. I was scared I might not have patience with it, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out I had nothing to worry about.