journalist on the Bugle newspaper and has been for 3 years.
Her favorite things
are her grey cardigan, the Bugle, and winning. Nothing is stopping her from
becoming the next esteemed editor-in-chief until Len enters the picture.
Dimartile is a handsome ex-jock turned journalist and by the popular opinion
“the nicer candidate”.When Eliza’s private thoughts about the elections recent turn of events are
published as a manifesto on the Bugle newspaper, she spikes a discussion on
feminism and sexism at Willoughby High School.
Suddenly, she is the
controversial leader of a revolutionary movement that she never meant to start.
As a punishment for her actions, Eliza is forced to partner with Len and
establish better relationships with her peer. Eliza is starting to grab the
reigns of being a feminist and standing up for what’s right, but at the same
time, is she falling for Len, her alleged arch nemesis?
Author Michelle Quach has woven a beautiful novel filled with justice, feminists,
and a slight whiff of romance. I really enjoyed reading this book because of
the main topic at hand, standing up for what’s right, and how Author Michelle
Quach was able to convey important points in a lighthearted way. And let’s be
honest who doesn’t love a story about a girl boss taking over and perhaps
falling in love along the way?
Not Here To Be Liked
Author: Michelle Quach
Publisher: Harper Collins
Publication Date: September 14, 2021
Type: Young Adult