A Junior Library Guild Selection
An ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults
An Amelia Bloomer Title
An OLA White Pine Nominee
Taysha's Reading List Selection
A B&N Teen Blog's Best YA Book of 2015
A Book Riot Best Book of 2015
A Bustle Best YA Book of 2015
Chicago Public Library's Best Teen Fiction of 2015
A Quill & Quire Notable Book of 2015
Canadian Children's Book Centre's Best Books for Kids & Teens (Fall)
An OLA Best Bet
Cybils Finalist for YA Fiction
Goodreads Choice Awards Semifinalist
Amazon Best Book of the Month (April)
Amazon Big Spring Book,
PW Picks: Books of the Week (April)
- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"[D]eft and timely . . . Essential for libraries serving high school students."
- School Library Journal, starred review
"Romy’s powerful story creates a space for change."
- Publishers Weekly, starred review
"[H]andled sensitively and powerfully."
- VOYA Magazine
"Summers takes victim-shaming to task in this timely story."
"Summers boldly and thoughtfully grapples with the indescribable pit of anger, regret, guilt, sadness, paranoia and brokenness that follows a sexual assault."
- The Globe and Mail
"[P]ulls no punches."
- CM Magazine
"[A] powerful portrait of rape culture . . . This story doesn’t hold back."
"Courtney Summers intricately weaves mystery, lies and heartbreak throughout this powerful novel."
"The injustices against young women in this world are so clearly, unflinchingly represented on the page."
"A book you won’t want to miss."
- Adele Griffin, National Book Award Finalist and author of The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone
"Powerful and heartbreaking."
- Kody Keplinger, New York Times Bestselling author of The DUFF
"There are good books. There are great books. And then there are books like All The Rage, which take a piece of your heart and won’t let go."
- Elizabeth Scott, author of Living Dead Girl
"Smart, brutal, heartbreaking–Courtney Summers is at her unflinching best."
- Brenna Yovanoff, New York Times Bestselling author of The Replacement
"[A] visceral indictment of rape culture."
- Rachel Vincent, New York Times Bestselling author of The Stars Never Rise
"[W]onderfully uncompromising characters."
- Melina Marchetta, Printz Award-Winning author of Jellicoe Road
"Courtney Summers doesn’t flinch, and neither should you. Read this book."
- Chuck Wendig, author of Blackbirds
On April 14th, 2015, for the release of All the Rage, Courtney launched the hashtag campaign #ToTheGirls, asking people to send a personal message of support, encouragement and positivity to girls across their social media accounts. #ToTheGirls was a resounding success; it went viral, trending worldwide on Twitter. Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda discussed it on The Today Show, it was written about at MTV, Mic News (who named it one of the most Important Feminist Hashtags of 2015), The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, Quill & Quire, and the The Atlantic. Stylist Magazine also named it a top feminist hashtag of 2015. On January 21st, 2016, ahead of the UK release of All the Rage, Courtney continued the campaign with #ToTheGirls2016. #ToTheGirls2016 trended on Twitter in the United States, Canada and the UK and received coverage in The Guardian and Yahoo News. Participants included La Toya Jackson, Paula Abdul, Penatonic's Kirstin Maldonado and Louise Brealey.