Yes, I would read it. It reminds me of a book by David Sedaris. His first one "Me Talk Pretty One day" is really good. The second is not so great (imo). Do you have an agent who can give you feedback and information? You can send the outline to him or her to help you decide which direction to go next. Good luck
Just an idea you might consider...I belong to the Women's Writers Guild and they send a list about twice a year with all the agents that will actually consider reading manuscripts from WWG members. From my experience, finding an agent is as difficult as finding a publisher. I have had two agents...don't anymore. I had my last book published without one, but I got lucky. The Guild sends info every month on what publishers are looking for manuscripts all the way from poetry to cook books. It's just a thought. They also send out information on writing seminars where agents show up and you can give them your work to look at. I have never been to one because most of them are in NYC....and the hotels are too expensive!
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