REVIEW – Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin

Foul Is Fair

Expected publication: February 4th 2020 by Wednesday Books


“Sweet Sixteen is when the claws come out”


Elizabeth Jade Khanjara (Elle) is turning sixteen. Elle and her ride or die friends (Mads, Jenny, and Summer) are about to crash a party. It isn’t just any party, it’s a St. Andrew’s Prep party.

Unfortunately, the night takes a horrible turn.

Now Elle is Jade.

Jade and her coven are out for REVENGE!

Names are written in lip liner.

Jenny says “Fair is foul and foul is fair”

Little Jenny Kim is the sweet one. Summer is supermodel blonde, tan, and gorgeous. Last but definitely not least is Mads. Jade and Mads have been best friends since age four. Mads knows what happened without Jade having to explain.

“They are mine and I am theirs”

St. Andrew’s is about to meet its new queen…

Duncan, Duffy, Connor, Banks, Malcolm, Porter and MACK!

They stalk proudly through the halls of St. Andrew’s.

“They’re power and boasts. Invincible. But everyone can break.”

What happened that night? What will Jade and her friends do for revenge?

Wow! What a wild and dark read!

This was a fast read. I really liked the short chapters. This book may not be for everyone. I went into it knowing I was going to have to suspend my disbelief.  It’s over the top, but this TWISTED story had me gripped.

I appreciate that the author included a trigger warning at the beginning. The book does deal with many sensitive issues.

A savage and unique story about friendship and revenge that makes no apologies.



I’d like to thank the publisher for providing me with an advanced copy of this novel. All opinions are my own.


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