Gen Z says “Fuck capitalism!” Five teens decide to give capitalism the middle finger when they take fate into their own hands and plan a heist to steal one of the teen’s tuition money.
Cam Girl is like Wake’s other previous books. It’s a twisted, mangled, poetic, hyper-sexual little narrative. It’s about two people who love each other with such intensity that they're at risk of destroying each other
The people of Demeine are rising up, and they won’t stop until they get their autonomy back. Demeine has created a legacy built on the broken bodies of the poor. Two young women with more power than they realise may be the key to bringing it all tumbling down.
Be careful with this book, your heart will be a bleeding, human mess after. Sharp Objects shares the dark side of a small town called Wind Gap that its residents want you to see. It’s about terrible people doing terrible things, it's about mental illness and abuse and sickness so deep it rots your core.
Myfanwy Thomas wakes up in a park, surrounded by bodies and not a single memory of what came before. She literally knows nothing about herself or how on earth she wound up in her current situation until she discovers a letter in her pocket, addressed to You, explaining that the person she once was knew this event would happen and has adequately prepared for what’s to come.