I have been on a role with reading addiction memoirs - this is my third one this year and one of the best ones I've read. Ms. Barnett's journey to sobriety is a long crazy, depressing, wine soaked trip. I appreciated the way she told her story warts and all and as a fellow Gen X-er I could relate to her days as a young woman in a hipster office in the very pre-MeToo era of the 1990s and early 2000s. About half way through the book her many relapses start to get repetitive and frustrating, but I love the way she blends her descriptions of rehab with facts and figures around recovery, etc. The book is very readable and I congratulate her on getting sober.