All the Rage The sheriff s son Kellan Turner is not the golden boy everyone thinks he is and Romy Grey knows that for a fact Because no one wants to believe a girl from the wrong side of town the truth about h

  • Title: All the Rage
  • Author: Courtney Summers
  • ISBN: 9781250069153
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sheriff s son, Kellan Turner, is not the golden boy everyone thinks he is, and Romy Grey knows that for a fact Because no one wants to believe a girl from the wrong side of town, the truth about him has cost her everything friends, family, and her community Branded a liar and bullied relentlessly by a group of kids she used to hang out with, Romy s only refuge is theThe sheriff s son, Kellan Turner, is not the golden boy everyone thinks he is, and Romy Grey knows that for a fact Because no one wants to believe a girl from the wrong side of town, the truth about him has cost her everything friends, family, and her community Branded a liar and bullied relentlessly by a group of kids she used to hang out with, Romy s only refuge is the diner where she works outside of town No one knows her name or her past there she can finally be anonymous But when a girl with ties to both Romy and Kellan goes missing after a party, and news of him assaulting another girl in a town close by gets out, Romy must decide whether she wants to fight or carry the burden of knowing girls could get hurt if she doesn t speak up Nobody believed her the first time and they certainly won t now but the cost of her silence might be than she can bear.With a shocking conclusion and writing that will absolutely knock you out, Courtney Summers new novel All the Rage examines the shame and silence inflicted upon young women in a culture that refuses to protect them.

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    About “Courtney Summers

    1. Courtney Summers says:

      Courtney Summers was born in Belleville, Ontario, 1986 At age 14, she dropped out of high school At age 18, she wrote her first novel Cracked Up to Be, was published in 2008, when she was 22 and went on to win the 2009 CYBIL award in YA fiction Since then, she s published four critically acclaimed books Some Girls Are, Fall for Anything, This is Not a Test and All the Rage, as well as an e novella, Please Remain Calm which is a sequel to This is Not a Test Her new novel, Sadie, hits bookstores September 4th, 2018 and is available for preorder now In 2016, Courtney was named one of Flare Magazine s 60 under 30 instagram summerscourtneytwitter courtney_stumblr summerscourtney.official website courtneysummers While I don t have time to share my thoughts on every book I ve added to my GoodReads I wish I did I love book talk , please be aware I only add books that I like and recommend to my shelves.

    2 thoughts on “All the Rage

    1. TRIGGER WARNING: RAPEI mean it. This is the most visceral reaction to a book that I have ever had. This is the most personal book review that I will ever write. Because there is nothing more personal than what I am about to tell you. If depictions of rape are triggers for you, back away now.They say the devil’s in the details. I disagree. Details are nothing more than the pieces of truth we choose to bring to light. Everyone knows the devil can’t abide the light. His kingdom is rooted in the [...]

    2. You know all the ways you can kill a girl? God, there are so many.This story these characters those words Courtney Summers has done it again.I don't think, on the whole, I am a person who is afraid of much. I'd even go so far as to say I have a somewhat reckless, risk-taking personality at times. But I am scared of a few things you want to know what one of my biggest fears is? Telling the truth and having no one believe me. Honestly, I think that's truly terrifying. Knowing you're being honest, [...]

    3. I just finished this and, oh my book, I need to breathe, I need to breathe, I need to breathehe covers her mouth. That’s how you get a girl to stop crying; you cover her mouth until the sound dies against your palm.Everything this girl has been through – what she’s going through, throughout the story – scared me. I know how it can feel like for someone to be bullied in school and picked at, having lived it myself when I was in middle school, but middle school and high school are two diff [...]

    4. Unpopular opinion time:The blurb of this book says The sheriff’s son, Kellan Turner, is not the golden boy everyone thinks he is, and Romy Grey knows that for a fact.The thing is.we never meet Kellan Turner in this book.The book starts after Kellan Turner rapes Romy. (That is not a spoiler) This is the after effects of Romy's story. It begins with her using her nail polish and lipstick as armor against the hate from the small town that she lives throws at her. She accused the sheriff's preciou [...]

    5. Guys, I do not know how or why or for how long it will last, but ALL THE RAGE is currently $2.99 on all ebook platforms and if you want to show it some love and/or help spread the word about it, I'd appreciate it more than I can say! It's a steal of a price, so pick it up while you can! ❤: amazon/All-Rage-Court CANADA amazon/All-Rage-CourtnKOBO kobo/ca/en/ebook/all-NOOK barnesandnoble/w/all-tITUNES itunesle/us/book/all-

    6. All the Rage is constantly being compared to Speak and here's what I have to say about that The two books both about the effects and aftermath of rape and this is where the similarities stop. Speak is a book I personally think should be required high school reading while ATR is a novel I could have gone without reading. It didn't pack the punch or have the impact on me that Speak did. The first thing I want to mention right away is that the summary for ATR is a bold face lie! "Kellan Turner, [...]

    7. :::5 Stars::: Utterly gripping!Even better than expected and, after loving Some Girls Are, my expectations were set pretty damn high. There are writers who tell stories, and then there are those who give their stories a pulse. All The Rage felt alive, and every breath it took was jagged, labored, and suspenseful. You know all the ways there are to kill a girl? I do.Courtney Summers knows how to captivate her readers by constructing some of the most flawed characters I’ve come across and boldly [...]

    8. I was a rape victim. And believe me when I say, announcing this to all of you anonymous faces over the internet is very scary, especially when I’ve told less than five people until this day. But writing a book review about All the Rage wasn’t enough. I need to convey to people in some way, that this book is a monumental movement that captures so much of the trauma forced on girls, even in this day and age. Romy’s story, while much crueler than mine, still resonated so deeply with me becaus [...]

    9. Karly *The Vampire Ninja, Luminescent Monster & Wendigo Nerd Goddess of Canada (according to The Hulk)* says:

      Trigger Warning: RapeMy finger has hovered over the delete button for a few minutes now, and decided to leave that warning, despite the fact that my attacker gave me no such courtesy. I am a statistic. I am a percentage. I am a warning story. “When I was sixteen I was raped.” Put like that, it sounds really simple doesn’t it? I woke up one morning an innocent girl who had never been, and the next I was a girl who had been. Raped. How can five letters change your entire life? In every possi [...]

    10. 3.5 stars By now, I’ve already read almost all of Courtney Summers books and it is no secret how I am a huge fan of her writing and the risks she takes when writes her stories. She reveals naked ugly truths (thanks for the term, Aunt CoHo) about people in her stories with assertion and undeniable truthfulness and for these things; my salute goes to her (always). But even though she wrote dark stories in the past including an apocalyptic duology with zombies in it, I think All the Rage is her d [...]

    11. This is some terribly gritty stuff! This story revolves around a rape, and soon enough, you can add in a girl's disappearance. So yes, this book is harsh, and Summers tackles it head-on with her immensely poignant writing style. She has a way of dissecting her characters until you can't help but feel just as lost, just as completely broken as they are. I was honestly emotionally and psychologically confused for much of this novel. This book also touches on one of today's biggest challenges with [...]

    12. 4.5 "heartbreaking, devastating, unflinching" stars. 2016 Honorable Mention Read Romy could be your best friend or sister or cousin or daughter. Romy may have had a similar story to your mama, or auntie or even granny. Romy also has many male counterparts and perhaps this is your buddy, sweetheart, brother, uncle or papa. Think of all the people you hold dear to you and think of the secrets they may have never shared. One of them could be rape, sexual assault or molestation. Let this truth hit y [...]

    13. 3.5 starsCynical Natalie: Nice Natalie: Cynical Natalie: Well, we're not going to get anything done by staying quiet, so I'll start: All The Rage is not worth the hype.Nice Natalie: Cynical Natalie: Well? Aren't you going to get up all in my face and say it's a scarily accurate book about rape and feminism and completely aligns with our values?Nice Natalie: I'm trying to disassociate myself. So when the mob comes, I won't be implicated.Cynical Natalie: Coward. Fine, I'll do the talking. All The [...]

    14. *You can also win a copy of this fabulous book here.Essential Items When Reading All the Rage:1. One stress ball (two could work, but you'll need your other hand to flip pages. Duh.) - This book will make you so angry at how horrible some people can be. You'll want to scream, kick a brick, bite the head off a gummy bear You get my point. The stress ball will help during these moments.2. A box of tissues - I don't know about the next guy, but this book made me tear up. You'll cry because you're [...]

    15. wow, im destroyed. this is fantastic. RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~it's time for a courtney summer's marathon reread, folks, i can't wait to get my heart punched again by ms. summers buddy readwith my #1 contemp trash

    16. 3.5 stars but rounded up to four because this book doesn't deserve less than 4. Honestly, I'm still confused and it was a little meh but it was also powerful and left me a little shook.Rtc maybe but honestly my feelings are just akdhskbdksd.《》《》《》《》《》《》《》《》《》《》《》I can't believe I haven't read every Courtney Summers book out there. I'm a fake fan. :((BUT THAT'S GOING TO CHANGE. Buddy read with an exasperated mother

    17. This review was also posted on HER BOOK THOUGHTS."d how do you get a girl to stop crying?You cover her mouth."I won't tell you anything about this story because I want you guys to have the whole experience for yourself. BUT. I would tell you how this story made me feel.I am no wordsmith and this was one of those times that I wished I was so I can tell you guys how fantastic this book was for me. This freaking ripped my heart out in tiny pieces and then it wasn't still satisfied so it stomped at [...]

    18. (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to St. Martin's Press and NetGalley.)“His hands are everywhere and he’s a vicious weight on top of her that she can’t breathe against so she cries instead, and how do you get a girl to stop crying?You cover her mouth.”I have to say that this book is aptly named; because boy did I feel rage!I felt so sorry and angry and frustrated for poor Romy in this story. Not only had she gone through one of the [...]

    19. When all you can do is watch, you see.Well, I begrudgingly give this five stars.Oh, come on. Yeah the hell right. Did anyone really expect me to give this any less than a bajillion stars? I am still awaiting the day I'll pick up a Courtney Summers novel and not be floored by her simple words that portray deep, meaningful messages so many authors gloss over today. And even if that day comes? I know to the bottom of my soul, even if the story isn't for me, I will still write her name, like, ten ti [...]

    20. The title could not be any more appropriate. If ever there were a time when I was very close to transforming into a She-Hulk, it would be while reading this book. But don't get me wrong - I didn't want to actually smash it to a million pieces; rather, I wanted to go inside the book and punch several awful characters many, many times due to how disgusting and sickening their narrow-minded mentalities were. This book might just be the most realistic portrayal of the awfulness of rape cultur [...]

    21. Finally a YA novel worth reading!Very angry, very painful, very real look at the current rape culture and victim blaming.

    22. 4.5 Stars!!“You know all the ways you can kill a girl?God, there are so many.”This book is about life and how hard is nowadays to be a teenage girl, about society and last, but not least about rape and how survivors of rape are struggling to move on, to accept they deserved more, to accept they are more than a victim. Like many realistic fiction novels this is a read you are not supposed to enjoy. It supposed to open your eyes, to make you realize how society really is, how is easier to beli [...]

    23. 3.5/5 starsThis book was a super quick read, but I don't really feel like it brought a lot to the table. For such an important thing to discuss, the subject of rape wasn't ever really talked about, which I found troubling. There were a couple of passing mentions of the word, but mainly in the context of Romy's classmates teasing her, and I feel like she never really came to terms with what happened to her. It would have been nice to get a bit more resolution on that front.I also wasn't expecting [...]

    24. Okay, how do I even begin to describe how this book made me feel.Contemporary YA has been heading in the right direction lately. I've mentioned before that I didn't like the quirky, whimsical bullshit that most YA contemp was doing. I want my YA contemp to be realistic as hell, cause it's supposed to be contemporary. In our world, in our time, tackling real world issues and dilemmas.But this book, I realized, was somehow too realistic, at least for me. Painfully realistic. I felt sick and uneasy [...]

    25. This book made me feel All the Rage, plus all the depression, paranoia, hopelessness, trauma, and fear. After finishing it, I was in such a funk that my husband asked me if something terrible had happened that day. I proceeded to tell him all about the amazing, powerful book I had just finished. To which he said, “WHY would you want to read that?” There are so many reasons why (starting with because I love reality and ending with I don’t want my literature to coddle me). But the main reaso [...]

    26. You know all the ways you can kill a girl?God, there are so many.Romy's had a difficult life. She was raped and no one believes her. And to make things worse, people not only think she's a liar – they also make fun of her and play horrible and cruel pranks on her. So obviously she feels there's no use for her to speak up. No one is going to take her seriously after alld how do you get a girl to stop crying?You cover her mouth.The name of the book is simply perfect: All the Rage. Indeed, I was [...]

    27. You should read this book.Don't think you can handle it?You should still read it.Think it'll be too intense?You should still read it.Don't have enough time?You should still read it.Don't like reading?You should still read it.Don't know how you found yourself on this page?Hey, here's an excellent book for you to read. It's called All the Rage, by Courtney Summers. More information about it can be found by clicking on the cover image above. Yeah, you should totally read it.Yes, it is a brutal loo [...]

    28. Initial reaction: Review to come when I can pick my heart up off the ground. I was expecting an emotional read, and I got one. I felt so sorry for Romy's experiences, and her voice is raw, honest, and heartbreaking. I still feel like there were some threads in the story that weren't completely tied (which is why I'm giving this 4 stars instead of 5), but I really appreciated the read. It was beautifully written.Also, thank goodness for an awesome POC love interest. I really liked Leon a lot.Full [...]

    29. All the Rage is an incredible, authentic, painful book that looks deep into what rape culture is and how rape culture impacts the lives of girls. Romy embodies what it means to have everything that’s yours taken from you, and she fights back tooth and nail to regain not just a shred of herself but she fights back to ensure that other girls don’t have to endure what she has. That being made to be “less than” because of someone else’s actions isn’t OKAY. This book is important, and it [...]

    30. Once in a while, you read a book that makes you question the worthiness of the human project, All the Rage is one of those books. Sure, the story is told through the eyes of a very angry and depressed teenager, but it's undeniable that slut-shaming, victim-shaming, rape culture, are still issues that are predominantly ignored. I won't get into the dirty because more discerning readers have better articulated these in their reviews. Plus, talking about these issues just infuriate me incoherent, a [...]

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