"Jayme Mattler's throaty, laid-back presentation is the perfect foil for this quirky audiobook. It's a smart glimpse of a millennial's take on the changing city of Austin, Texas, and her examination of her underachieving life. It's all triggered by a Lululemon store opening up near the Whole Foods where she works. Through a series of letters to her former boyfriend/roommate that she writes but doesn't deliver, Roxy explores life, love, activism, feminism, and the 'joys' of having meth heads living next door. Veering from the absurd to the sublime, from the hilarious to the poignant, this audiobook is a pleasure to hear. Mattler keeps to a steady cadence that makes the listener experience the story in a personal way."