In real life Kiera Johnson might be a quiet honors student but online she rules over SLAY, a massive game built on African beauty and culture. No one knows that Kiera is the game developer- not her friends, not her family, not even her boyfriend. She's happy to keep her worlds separate, but that becomes impossible when a murdered teen who played her game turns SLAY into a global controversy. Now every news channel has an opinion on her work and one player is threatening to sue her over the game. Can she protect her game and her secret identity without losing everything she's worked for?
This book is so much fun to read! It's got the gutsy heart that makes any good YA novel great. Morris also writes really wonderfully about nerd culture- the good, but also the bad that can come along with being Black and a girl in those spaces. It's the kind of quick read that will suck you in, so it's perfect if you've made a new year's resolution to read more!