Hard to get into at first, but it's such a !!!! kind of a book. Such a balance between fantasy and reality, plus so blurred lines between man and bear that it's hard to tell the two apart most of the time. So thoughtful and interesting.
So, so weird. But so damn good. There's something really evocative, raw and vulnerable about it. I thought it'd be a book I'd wind up DNF-ing when I started it ... I got 40-50 pages into it and decided to give up. But something compelled me to pick it up the next day, and I wound up devouring it.