Alright, so, where to start?...
I hated this book.
There, I said it. Now that that's outta the way, let me try to explain why as delicately as possible.
First and foremost, I was given a free copy of this book thanks to the publisher and Bookish First in exchange for an honest review. Yada, yada, yada. Moving right along...
I'm really struggling to put into words why I didn't like this book because we are living in 2019, a time filled with an overabundance of political correctness and my opinion on this book is bound to offend a lot of people. Who am I kidding? Not very many people read my reviews these days but still, I worry.
Overall, I thought this book came across as crude.
It was crass, it was raw, it was trying so, SO hard to be diverse, to the point where it came across like a swift crack across the face. I couldn't bring myself to read past page 70 when the "Pussy Lady's" roommate just had to be a nudist. It was just too much for me... and I'm a liberal. lol
I'm not sure if all of the overly bold characters were supposed to make me laugh or what but I didn't. It's a shame this one didn't connect with me because I'm always looking to see life through other people's perspectives. It's one of the main reasons why I read.
Overall, you know who you are if you are going to like this book. It's hitting for a very small, niche market of people. I hope this book brings comfort to those people. It only managed to turn me off though.