Abandon All Hope
Imagine The Good Place, but it’s a coming-of-age story. That’s Abandon All Hope.
Sartre said, “Hell is other people.” Now imagine those other people are two 19 year-old college students who are absolutely sure they are right about everything and you’re stuck with them in a dorm room for two for eternity. “Abandon All Hope” is funny as hell, and heavenly sweet. There’s a message here that says it’s best to accept what’s good – and not so good – in ourselves and others, but it doesn’t hit you over the head. And despite the title, there’s a surprise ending that gives you reason to hope. A delightful read!