Foul is Fair
Intensely voice-driven, hugely compelling and brilliantly savage, this roaring rampage of a revenge novel for the #MeToo generation is a YA thriller unlike any other
In the morning I put on going-out makeup, and I go to Nailed It with a coffee so hot it burns my throat.
The old lady gives me new nails and looks at the bruises on my neck and the scratches across my face, but she doesn’t say anything.
So I point at my hair, and I say, This color. You know what it’s called?
She shakes her head: No.
I say, REVENGE.
Jade Khanjara and her three best friends rule their glittering LA circle. They decide how the party ends – every night but one. The night four boys spike Jade’s drink, lock her in a room and brutally attack her. The night they try to ruin her.
But they chose the wrong girl. Certain that the boys will face no consequences, Jade and her friends take vengeance into their own hands. Now there’s no mercy left, and Jade won’t rest until she gets bloody satisfaction . . .