Review: All's Well by Mona Awad
At times hilarious, a little wicked and reminiscent of Margaret Atwood in the best kind of way, this is a story of revenge and how it can so easily go wrong. On a more serious note, it makes an important statement of just how dismissive we can be when others, particularly women, are experiencing chronic pain. I enjoyed the hate-hate relationship between Miranda, who knows just how unfair the world can be, and Briana, a young and spoiled student used to getting her own way.
I absolutely enjoyed this one. All's Well is a delicious black comedy--dark, insane and utterly bewitching.
Thank you to Simon and Schuster Australia for my ARC of All's Well.