Every book has it’s audience. Sometimes it’s an audience of one person - sometimes it’s an audience of twenty. And every book has some one who loves it, and some people who don’t. Every one of those books in a bookstore has a reason to be there - some person that it’s going to touch. But you can’t expect it to get everybody.
And you can’t say: “Well, there’s something wrong if this book didn’t mean the same thing to everyone who read it.” The book shouldn’t make sense to some people, because we’re all different. And thank goodness. How boring would it be if we all felt the same way about every book?”