I was intrigued by this book's title and the idea of learning more about women in QAnon and the ways in which social media has made this conspiracy theory compelling to young women. Unfortunately I learned very little about that, and this ended up being a disorganized collection of chapters covering the basics of QAnon and its supporters.
Normally I would give three stars to a book where I found the structure and content lackluster but still occasionally interesting, but I have to give this two for the terrible quality of the writing. Syntax, grammar, or phrasing errors could be found on basically every page and were incredibly distracting. I would say this needed much stronger editing but it also just needed more time and care taken during the writing process. It read like a first draft.