This might be the book for you if you like to read about average male protagonists and their average day that turns out to be rather special after all, but dislike the bullshit that comes with these kind of stories. Well. Bow Grip is actually quite good for that genre. So much less sexist, heterosexist and otherwise normative than most other novels that start out like this. Still, while I enjoyed the last bit, there was to much white-cis-male feelings for me to actually like this book, it was a bit unnerving and rather boring to read through all that. The the story turned out to be a bit different and much more likeable though and yeah, I'm not even being sarcastic when I recommend this book as an alternative to the usual male tears introspective stuff.