First off, you must be someone who appreciates a well written sentence in order to enjoy it even topically. Nabokov was also a master of alliteration, and you will be struck by it at times if you are sensitive to that sort of attention to detail. At times reading the book feels like watching a Michelangelo being painted whimsically by a ballet dancer in motion - they just roll so easily.
Even better if you are the type who is drawn to a particular decision the author made, and are willing to investigate some symbolism or simile therein. I ran into some word choice and symbolism that ended up paralleling usage in his other works in subtle ways. It is quite a spiderweb of a narrative, which you will see.