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A visceral story of friendship, music, and bloody revenge

Rachel feels like she doesn’t fit in—until she finds heavy metal and meets Fern, a kindred spirit. The two form their own band, but the metal scene turns out to be no different than the misogynist world they want to change. Violent encounters escalate, and the friends decide there’s only one way forward.

A bloodstained journey into the dark heart of the music industry, Boring Girls traces Rachel’s deadly coming of age, Fern at her side. As the madness deepens, their band’s success heightens, and their taste for revenge grows ravenous.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “One of the spring’s most intriguing debut novels, about a pair of female metalheads, begins thusly: ‘It seems like everyone I talk to wants to know two things. One is whether I’m a serial killer or a mass murderer.’”

    Globe and Mail (Toronto)

  • “A gripping psychological portrait and riveting tale of female friendship and the power of music.”

    Publishers Weekly

  • “This one is for metal fans, who typically have strong stomachs (they eat lizards, don’t they?).”

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About the Author

Sara Taylor is a socially anxious product of rural Virginia and the home-schooling movement. She traded her health for a BFA from Randolph College, and her sanity for an MA in Prose Fiction from the University of East Anglia. Following the MA her supervisor refused to let her leave, so she remains at the UEA to chip away at a double-focus PhD in censorship and fiction. She spends a ridiculous amount of time on delayed trains between Norwich and her husband’s house in Reading, and tends to get lost, rained on, and chased by cows with unsettling frequency. She expects the real adults will tell her to go back to finger painting any minute now.