Review Preview: Material Girls by Elaine Dimopoulos

In Marla Klein and Ivy Wilde’s world, teens are the
gatekeepers of culture. A top fashion label employs
sixteen-year-old Marla to dictate hot new clothing trends, while Ivy, a teen pop star, popularizes the garments that Marla approves. Both girls are pawns in a calculated but seductive system of corporate control, and both begin to question their world’s aggressive levels of consumption. Will their new “eco-chic” trend subversively resist and overturn the industry that controls every part of their lives?

Smart, provocative, and entertaining, this thrilling page-turner for teens questions the cult like mentality of fame and fashion. Are you in or are you out?
Full review to come in April!
If you love a good dystopian, then you're going to fall in love with Material Girls! From the very first page, I was rooting for Marla Klein. Each character has a strong and unique voice that I appreciated. The world that the author creates is as much a cautionary tale about the woes of consumerism as it is entertaining. Fans of the dystopian genre will be thrilled with this newest addition!

**I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review with no compensation.


  1. I'm really excited for this one, it sounds amazing! This preview makes me more excited :)

  2. The premise sounds intriguing - I hope it's as good as it sounds. Thank you for sharing :) Benish | Feminist Reflections

    1. I hope you love it if you get a chance to read it. It was amazing!

  3. I really like the sound of this book! And such an interesting cover!


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