It is a good, albeit depressing read

Cobain’s ‘Journals’ Hits Bookstores
NEW YORK (AP) – A collection of Kurt Cobain’s journal entries was released Monday, more than eight years after the Nirvana singer’s death.
“Journals” is a collection of photocopies of the actual journals, not transcribed text. They include Cobain’s doodles, practice letters he wrote, a quiz he made up for driver’s education, comic strips he drew, a love letter to wife Courtney Love and even a recipe for shrimp salad.
It also features a discussion of an album he wanted to call “I Hate Myself and I Want To Die,” which eventually was released as “In Utero.”
Aside from the letter, there are only passing mentions to Love, who gained fame after Cobain’s death as lead singer of Hole and as an actress in such films as “The People vs. Larry Flynt” and “Man on the Moon.”
With the release of “Nevermind” in 1991, Nirvana led a wave of Seattle artists who dominated music in the early 1990s. Cobain committed suicide on April 5, 1994, at 27.