This is a novelization of the 2016 movie, which I absolutely loved and wanted to see again right away. Since I couldn't make that worth with my time and budget, I figured reading the book would be a nice substitute. And it is! I like seeing more detail about Erin and Abby's childhood, their friendship and just how much it meant when they started to drift apart. It makes it more poignant when they find each other again and reconcile. Overall, I do think the movie works better--comic timing and improv being what they are, some of my favorite moments onscreen just weren't present in the screenplay this was adapted from--but it's a fun read nonetheless.