A young adult faces the terrifying realities of growing up. She knows a lot is wrong with the world, she just needs to get her head around it. Read More >
In Once And For All she analysed other’s thoughts and burned Barbies, in Teenage Riot she shared slimming advice and saw adults as caged animals. Now Koba Ryckewaert has turned 18 and knows a lot is wrong with the world, she just needs to get her head around it.
But she’s better at writing than talking, so she draws on the floor.
She starts with herself: no boyfriend = lonely. Loneliness = boredom. Boredom can be solved with money,
but she’s poor. Why’s her mother unemployed? Economic crisis.
In All That Is Wrong, Koba faces these terrifying realities alone. But what can she do about it? She can’t solve everything, yet she can’t do nothing. What she can do is make some choices, and stick to them
For ages 14+