Teenage girls everywhere suddenly discover that their bodies can produce a deadly electrical charge. That’s the deceptively simple premise of this British author’s pride winning novel—a witty and endlessly surprising dystopian manifesto. No wonder it’s be
You Think It, I’ll Say It By Curtis Sittenfeld RANDOM HOUSE
Sittenfeld is able to make complex, overeducated women accessible because they are generally as ʀawed as they are devastatingly funny and clever (see Prep, American Wife). Sometimes lost in that congeniality is the dazzle of her writing. That’s not the case with this debut story collection, which is so delicious Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine snapped up the rights before publication, to be adapted for a series starring Kristen Wiig.