By Isabella Biedenharn
Updated March 03, 2016 at 04:38 PM EST

Kill the Boy Band

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Fangirls can be ferocious—ask anyone who’s been on the receiving end of a Directioner’s Twitter tirade, or a certain clothing store that caved under the pressure of a thousand Swifties. But the group of teen fanatics in Moldavsky’s sharp, shocking debut is like no other: Their loyalty lies with the Ruperts, a quartet of British lads formed on a reality show (sound familiar?). What begins as a simple stalking mission goes awry when the narrator and her pals kidnap the band’s resident loser. As the situation grows dire, the girls start to question why they’ve poured so much energy, time, and talent into celebrating these random dudes, resulting in some eye-opening commentary on fandom. A–

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