Gina says ‘It’s your world,’ but it doesn’t seem that way to Evie, especially after Evie’s dad has a brain haemorrhage. But Evie doesn’t just moan her plight; she writes it. She writes about a mother she never met, an aunt she hasn’t seen in forever and all the other stuff you’re supposed to get up to when you’re fifteen. But it doesn’t stop there or even settle down when her dad comes home from hospital.
Alcohol, existentialism and hair dye, will Evie verse them all and come out on top of the world?
After all, Evie’s not really evil, she’s just up to no good.