As always, since this is humor, I'll just review writing and entertainment value together, since they're too tied up to differentiate.
I'll start with what I loved. I've always been a fan of open letters (thank you McSweeney's) and I think Choi was perfectly snarky with hers. They were my favorite part of the book - I laughed out loud during several of them.
Unfortunately, I didn't find her essays as funny. Some were better than others (I loved the one about her family road trip), but others fell flat. I did love reading about Choi's parents and the humorous dichotomy between her parents as first generation immigrants and her own identity, growing up in the United States.
The book is a good, easy read, but I think there are funnier essay collections out there. I probably wouldn't buy this book, but I think it would be worthwhile to pick up if you see it at the library.
Thanks to NetGalley for providing me with a copy to review.