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Publisher's Summary

Punk rock zines inspire a feminist revolution at a small-town Texan high school in the new novel from Jennifer Matheiu, author of The Truth About Alice.
Moxie girls fight back!
Vivian Carter's mom was a Riot Grrrl in the 1990s, but now she and Viv live a pretty quiet life in a small Texas town. When Viv witnesses a series of sexist incidents at her high school, she takes a page from her mom's past and makes a feminist zine that she distributes anonymously to her classmates. Viv is just blowing off steam, but before she knows it she's started a revolution.
The latest novel from Jennifer Mathieu offers everything fans love about her writing - a relatable protagonist with a distinct voice, a conflict relevant to current events, and, ultimately, a story that is both heartbreaking and hopeful.
©2017 Jennifer Mathieu (P)2017 Recorded Books
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4 out of 5 stars
By Ady Reader on 11-14-17

Loved it!

<strong>Loved it!</strong>

It was a little forced with the messaging, but all together this was a great book. The message is important and valid... I just wish it had blended into the story a little better. The character of Seth was awesome, but felt almost like a caricature of a male feminist supporter. Still, it was nice of the author to show what a healthy relationship looks like in a YA novel. Audible 20 Review Sweepstakes Entry

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4 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 08-06-18

Pretty Fun Feminist Read

I liked this — it wasn’t like a great work of complex feminist theory, but it was a nice little piece of wish-fulfillment.

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