Read Moxie Online Free - An unlikely teenager starts a feminist revolution at a small-town Texan high school in the new novel from Jennifer Matheiu, author of The Truth About Alice.
MOXIE GIRLS FIGHT BACK!
Vivian Carter is fed up. Fed up with a school administration at her small-town Texas high school that thinks the football team can do no wrong. Fed up with sexist dress codes, hallway harassment, and gross comments from guys during class. But most of all, Viv Carter is fed up with always following the rules.
Viv's mom was a tough-as-nails, punk rock Riot Grrrl in the '90s, and now Viv takes a page from her mother's past and creates a feminist zine that she distributes anonymously to her classmates. She's just blowing off steam, but other girls respond. As Viv forges friendships with other young women across the divides of cliques and popularity rankings, she realizes that what she has started is nothing short of a girl revolution.
Moxie is a book about high school life that will make you wanna riot!
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February 03, 2018
I’m going to be very transparent in the fact that I am never going to stop obsessing over this book. So be prepared, especially in the coming months of Moxie’s release, I ain’t shutting up about it.
I absolutely LOVED this book, way more than I anticipated. I originally wasn’t sure when I’d get to...
November 30, 2017
In light of Kirkus' gross review of this, an added paragraph. I do not at all agree that this book “drives away male allies.” Given the content of the book Kirkus was referring to, I am of the opinion that this is a really gross opinion. If you think “calling out a person who's victim-blaming a r...
January 21, 2018
I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone! It is so empowering and heartwarming to see these high school girls banding together to fight back against the sexism they face on a daily basis.
MOXIE GIRLS FIGHT BACK!
Content warning: sexual assault, rape
September 03, 2017
This book was totally amazing! I was in tears near the end with all of the girls standing up together. They were there for each other, girls from all walks of life to stand up against those that try to make them something they are not, for trying to push them into corners to go along with things...
June 28, 2017
Not long ago, I wrote an essay on the importance of feminism to various groups of people today and presented it to the class. The response was overwhelmingly positive and sparked different discussions.
The teacher was surprised. He looked at me and said, ‘‘This is how every oral presentation shou...
October 24, 2017
"This is what it means to be a feminist. Not a humanist or an equalist or whatever. But a feminist. It's not a bad word. After today it might be my favorite word. Because really all it is is girls supporting each other and wanting to be treated like human beings in a world that's always finding w...
January 17, 2018
super important messages, made me angry but also smile, & reminds everyone about the power of one girl’s voice against the patriarchy!!!
(also, this is my third YA book ever that I’ve read in one day. hell yeah)
// buddy read with birthday girl!!! 🎉
November 21, 2017
This book blew me away!!!!!
I am just so amazed by the sort of books that YA authors are bringing out now, there are such a wide range of diversity all over the place now, it's absolutely amazing.
I'm not going to lie, this is pretty much the first 'zine' thing I have ever heard of let alone read a...
October 25, 2017
I want to make it clear that I LOVED THIS BOOK SO SO MUCH.
Moxie is about Vivian, who is sick of the sexist shit that goes down at her high school and feeling inspired by her mum's 90's Riot Grrrl feminist zines, decides to make her own feminist zine to fight against the patriarchy an...
January 05, 2018
This book was so touching. I love the fire and passion of all the characters about justice, and I think it's such an important narrative. The fact that the love interest identified as a feminist was enough to bring tears to my eyes. And I also love how this touches on the fact that feminism isn't...