HOW TO START A FEMINIST REVOLUTION: 1. Call out anything that is unfair on one gender, 2. Don't call out the same thing twice (so you can sleep and breathe), 3. Always try to keep it funny, 4. Don't let anything slide. Even when you start to break...Lottie's determined to change the world with her #Vagilante vlog. Shame the trolls have other ideas...
My review - I think this book may be my favourite out of the spinster trilogy. It is a really close call but this one was just fantastic and I really want to re-read it again and again. Holly has done it again with another fantastic feminist book and I want more from the spinster trilogy.
If you haven't read this trilogy before it is about 3 girls, best friends who start a spinster club. We have Evie from AM I NORMAL YET? who suffers with OCD and in that book she wants to have a normal collage experience, make friends, party, kiss a boy but she never thought she would make some of the best friends she has ever had and they make one of the most fun clubs. Then we have Amber from HOW HARD CAN LOVE BE she has to go stay with her mother in America and help out at a camp, Amber is the one I relate to most with being tall and awkward at 17 and never had a boyfriend. She makes some great friends, has a rocky relationship with her mother and meets a really cute boy.
And now we finally have Lottie. Lottie is known as the most outgoing one of the group. She speaks up for what she believes in and wants to be Prime Minster and wants to change the world starting with FemSoc. First they had the Spinster club but now they have branded out. But Lottie wants to try something, after a scary encounter with some workmen, she decides to call out every sexist thing she see's and Has Will, a guy who drives her crazy and she doesn't know whether to hit him or kiss him, film the whole thing to document how much sexism happens each day. Either it will be at collage or at the shops. Lottie is determined to show people that it isn't okay and that everyone should be equal. But not everyone likes Lottie and the trolls will start pouring in....Can she carry on with this project or will she let the trolls win?
I love Lottie. She is such a fantastic character and feminist. These books really opened my eyes to feminism and what it represents. There is a lot of people who think feminism is just to make female's the better sex when really it is just about making everyone equal, in everything and that is what Lottie is trying to do with FemSoc and this project and I enjoyed every second of it.
I'm really sad that this is the last book as I am defiantly going to miss these characters(even though we are getting a novella) I really cannot wait to see what Holly writes next as she is a fantastic author and a great feminist voice. It really shows through her writing and Lottie's story. Even though there is times when Lottie is down her friends are always there to show her what is worth fighting for and she doesn't give up and that is what I adore about her and all these characters!