Girl Fight

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James Lorimer Limited, Publishers, Jan 6, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction
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Zadie thinks she's tough and indestructible, like the superheroes she draws in her graphic novels. She'll fight any girl who dares to take her on, and she always wins -- until, one day, she loses. Beat up and riled up, she quickly gets her revenge and hospitalizes the next girl she challenges. Scared that this time she may have gone too far, Zadie tries to keep out of trouble. But when some girls launch a cyberbullying campaign against her meant to spur her into violence, Zadie decides that enough is enough, and the lines between superhero and supervillain become blurred. A story written by a fresh young voice about violent teen girls and society's general ineptitude in understanding and helping them.

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Reviewed by Rusty Key Writer: Jordan B. Nielsen Recommended for: Ages 16 and Up for violence, adult language, and sexual discussion. Though there are many references to graphic novels and the main ... Read full review

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User Review  - THE TORONTO QUARTERLY - Goodreads

Hey, Everyone! Check out my interview with author Faye Harnest as we discuss her debut novel Girl Fight (James Lorimer & Co., 2011) and the perils of cyberbullying. Read it now on my TTQ Blog. http:// Read full review

About the author (2012)

Calgary native FAYE HARNEST writes and edits books, plays, and films. She has edited a book for youth on cyberbullying and worked on the Canadian Women's Studies Journal. Faye holds university degrees in psychology and creative writing and is currently completing a MA in Creative Writing at Concordia University. This is her first novel.

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