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Everyone Loves a Good Car Jam!!! - by Thomas Sanders

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» Book Recommendation: Anatomy of a Girl Gang

I must be recommending this book left and right lately, but I’m just so in love with it. 

Basically, the plot synopsis goes like this: There’s two girls called Mac and Mercy, gang girls from Vancouver, who leave their old gang to make their own. Mac is the leader and the oldest, with a dad in jail and a mom somewhere out on the streets; Mercy is a Punjabi orphan with a mastery of the five-finger discount and essentially all things stealing. They gather up a ragtag team of girls they find on their journey: Kayos, a girl they knew from their elementary school with a knack for rage who got pregnant when she was 13; Sly Girl, a 13-year-old homeless girl with a busted-up face who ran away from her reservation; Z, 16-year-old girl from an oppressive family with her graffiti tag splattered across the streets of Vancouver. Together, these girls form a powerful gang of five: The Black Roses. Their goal? To make enough money on the streets to buy themselves a condo and live a nice life. With Mac as the leader and OG, Mercy as the master of thievery, Kayos as the big muscle, Sly Girl as their narc girl, and Z spraying up their name in every alleyway, The Black Roses are set to reach this goal. These five girls have a powerful journey from cover to cover, overcoming so many obstacles and becoming the best people they can be. Or, rather, the best gang girls they can be. 

This book was so ridiculously unique to me. I loved it so much, because there really isn’t anything I’ve heard of out there like it. The way it’s written is even amazing. It’s divided into three parts, and each part is split into bits of narration retold by each of the Roses, and sometimes, even the voice of the city would speak up and tell her part too. Each bit of narration is written in its own unique way, with each girl writing in their own style in such a way that by the end, you know who’s talking without even looking at the name tag, and the writing style varies from what you might expect to pick up and read to pages over pages of misspelled and grammatically incorrect 1337 text. All written by one author, it’s impressive. But that’s not all there is. What initially drew me to it was something I read on one of the reviews on the back cover that made me want to investigate more. The story does in fact have a romance element, but don’t scroll by yet. Not only is the romance element realistic, non-cliched, and brilliant, it is in no way made an especially central plot point. Besides, there’s five girls talking here. Two of them being in a relationship with each other has nothin’ on this plot. A good, unconventional romance element with realism that has no heavy bearing on the plot? It’s almost too good to be true. 

Of course, there are cons. In a book about gangs, you could already assume it would be edgy.

It’s beyond edgy and has run straight off the cliff.

There is a very long list of triggers that this book touches on in its pages, so unfortunately it’s not going to be the best read for a lot of people. I compiled a list here, so if you want to double check what’s in it, go ahead.

If you think you’ll be a-okay to read the book, I recommend you do so. It is 100% worth it, and I promise that you won’t regret reading.