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.
Sawkill Girls is a narrative of trauma, abuse, grief and everything in between. It's about compacted generational trauma and grief and the power of girls coming together to fight the monsters of the world, even when those monsters are human men.
Sadie, the character, is all sharp edges and dark shadows and will definitely cut you as a warning. Sadie, the book, isn’t any different. This story follows two people. The most important person is Sadie. 19 years old and on the hunt for the man who she knows killed her little sister.
Complex and honest, Anger is a Gift reminds oppressed people that they have every right to the feeling they are often demonised for: Rage. Anger is a Gift packs so much into its pages. We follow Moss as he is still healing from losing his father to police violence while police brutality is becoming more common in his own school. He’s had enough, he’s hurting and angry and he’s ready to fight back.