I Might Regret This by Abbi Jacobson

Reeling from a bad breakup and needing to move across the country, the author set off on a road trip that would double as the inspiration for what became I Might Regret This. Sometimes it’s incredibly meandery and boring. Sometimes it’s funny. But always it’s random. Very random. There is nothing much insightful in this book and it is mostly a waste of time, though there is enough funny in there to make it worth the time it take to read it (it reads fast), particularly for people who are fans of Broad City or Abbi Jacobson.

3 (out of 5) Stars

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