I can't say that I "enjoyed" or "liked" this book. I would have to say "appreciated" and "respected" are better terms. It was difficult to read from an emotional standpoint and my heart ached as I was reading.
I was actually surprised to come back to this page for the review process and discover it was labeled as fiction. I had the impression somehow that this was a nonfiction memoir and had labeled it as such in my Kindle collections, and nothing about the book contradicted that impression.
Betty's honesty about her thoughts, feelings, and actions add depth to what could otherwise be a martyr's tale. Mitch's character and problems are clearly delineated without dwelling on them overmuch. In fact, I was somewhat surprised and impressed at how well the author showed us how difficult it was to live with Mitch without resorting to frequent and detailed explanations of his strange ideas and thoughts.
As a measure of how immersed I was in this story, I have no comments to make on the technical aspects of this book, such as grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. These are areas I frequently address in my reviews, and I often highlight problems in my Kindle to remind myself. There are no marks in this book and if there were errors, for once they didn't register with me or impact my degree of absorption.