I get a kick out of something? I'm not sure! Haha

to get kick out of something is to enjoy it, right?

If I say: “I read this book last week and I really got a kick out of it”…

  1. is it correct?
  2. can you try to explain in details what this expression means exactly? I mean, it doesn’t mean you just enjoy something, does it?

Thank you once more!

  1. Yes.
  2. It’s an informal way of saying you enjoy something to a great extent.

@astamoore - thank you very much for your help. When it comes to answers, the simpler the better!