It's a weird, quirky books. Plenty of reviews of the content elsewhere on the internet -- I'll just review the audio book itself.
Voice acting directors often tell their actors to simply make a choice and commit to it -- that any choice is better than none.
I wish that Bronson Pinchot had *not* made a choice about this novel's lead. I don't believe he uttered a single one of her lines with the intended emphasis, and his narrative choices destroyed what little chance her MPDG-on-crack character had at any redeeming humanity. This one would've been better if he had read her making no choice whatsoever.