Lexi’s angry. And it’s getting worse. If only she could stop losing her temper, her step-father would accept her, her mum would love her again, and her step-brother would return her feelings. She wants these things so badly, she tries to push her fury down.
But it isn’t easy. Her rage is there for a reason. And if she stays quiet – she might just lose herself…
SHORTLISTED for the Costa Children's Book Award and the YA Book Prize ----- One of the Sunday Times' Best Children's Books of the Year ----- 'Wise, gripping and skilfully told... It gives permission to rage when fury is warranted' The Sunday Times' Children's Book of the Week ----- 'Piercingly well-observed... a masterpiece of shame and desire' Financial Times ----- 'A painfully enthralling, fiercely feminist account of emotional abuse and appropriate rage' Guardian ----- 'Powerful' Observer ----- 'Furiously brilliant' Holly Bourne ----- 'Breathtakingly good' Lisa Williamson ----- 'A wonderful book brimming with empathy and justified anger' Patrice Lawrence ----- 'It shows how we all have the power to protect ourselves, to stand together, to stand for what's right' Happiful Magazine
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