These sisters have bad habits: Ayooli has stabbed a boyfriend or three in “self-defense” and Korede has always cleaned up the mess. When Ayooli starts dating Korede’s long-time unrequited crush, Korede asks herself how much she owes her beautiful little sister, and if she can even change.
Oyinkan Braithwaite’s sharp debut is less gruesome than the title implies, and delivers a smart, dark commentary on femininity and sisterhood. This book is a good fit for readers who like deadpan humor with their murder.
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