Meet Fi. A 28 year old lawyer with a six figure salary and an 80 hour working week, Fi has no intention of being another pretty, passive Hello Kitty type, stuck on a conveyor belt of kids, cooking and cleaning. It's just a shame her parents won't stop setting her up with undesirable men.
Meet Sean. Fi's childhood best friend and teenage delinquent, he's now a very successful surgeon. But there's something you should know about Sean. Some men cook in their spare time, others play sport. Sean kills people.
Meet Freddie, Fi's blind date. Poor Freddie. This really isn't going to end well...
Dark and strange...and funny
A demonic stir-fry of influences, including Chuck Palahniuk and Candace Bushnell, infuses Choi's prose with passionate ferocity
Now that serial killers have become the new 21st-century heroes, fans of Jeff Lindsay's 'Dexter' series and Chuck Palahniuk's hard-core novels are the readers most likely to enjoy this book
Choi wields her satirical blade at a host of targets...The real triumph of Hello Kitty Must Die is that it refuses to apologize for Fiona's behavior