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By the author of The Hate U Give! MC or menace? Rap queen or problem teen? A heartfelt ode to hip-hop with a stark message: free speech isn’t free. It always costs you. Bri dreams of being a great rapper. But as the daughter of an underground hip hop legend who died right before he hit big, she’s got massive shoes to fill. And things are going wrong at school. And the fridge is empty. And an eviction notice just hit the doormat. She’s had enough. So she pours out her rage in a song, which goes viral for all the wrong reasons. Uh-oh: she’s kicked up a storm! People are shocked. They love her. They hate her. They’ve got her all wrong. But to save her family, Bri has to play up to her public image – whether she likes it or not.

  • The electrifying new book by YA sensation Angie Thomas
  • A taut, raw, powerful tale with an unforgettable heroine
  • Angie won the Waterstones Prize for The Hate U Give
  • She is a former teen rapper with a truly authentic voice

*Please note this book contains mature content and language more suitable for older readers.

Product Details

Catalogue number

900 in ROW Teen March 2019






Walker Books Ltd

Date published

May 3rd, 2018

Other details
  • 448 pages


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