I think it might be better to sort of meander through the book passively. There are many parts of this book that are really fascinating. But if you're like me, it will take a lot of time to finish. I powered through the last, say, 30% of the book, but the payoff wasn't there for me.
The things that happen along the way are much more interesting than what culminates at the end, IMO. Appreciate the journey, and don't be too concerned with finishing it.