This was an interesting tale, but not quite what I was expecting. I was vaguely aware of the premise of the book before reading it, but what I thought the book was about doesn't really come into it for quite some time. Also this was a shorter story than I expected (even though it does say it's a novella at approx 33k words that I hadn't spotted, oops). The book was also a bit more adult themed in parts than I was expecting too.
As to the story itself, it deals with matters that are recurrent in Rosen Trevithick's stories, namely mental health. As usual, you get a better understanding about it.
This is certainly a decent read with comedic moments along the way