A kickarse gem of a book. Told with landscapes, Whiplash puts Farren on the map as a wordsmith of astonishing talent.
When a condom pops, Tess's life swings 180 degrees. She is grimly determined to get back on track, to continue to pop painkillers by the bunch and sell her body to strangers. But to do this, she needs to take a break from drugs. Sobriety opens a window, however, inviting awful truths into her memory and whipping Tess into a shattering understanding of how she got here and how she needs to get out.