Burning by Danielle Rollins

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Tucked away, deep in the woods, Brunesfield Correctional Facility's cold walls and empty hallways keep dangerous girls away from the world . . . girls like Angela Davis, whose fate was determined by one bad decision. After a few years in juvie, Angela is finally close to her release, but everything changes the day a new warden with dark plans takes over. Angela knows evil when she sees it, and as strange disappearances and frightening incidents happen more and more frequently, it becomes clear that Brunesfield could be the end of them. Angela and her friends must find a way to get out, but how can they save themselves from very place keeping them locked away?

From the author of The Merciless comes an atmospheric thriller rich with secrets and conspiracies that will have readers on the edge of their seats.

 

About Danielle Rollins

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Danielle Rollins has won numerous awards for her fiction and non-fiction, and earned a 2009 Pushcart Prize nomination for her short story "Drive."She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and spends far too much money on vintage furniture and leather boots. www.daniellerollins.com @dvegabooks
 
Published April 5, 2016 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens. 352 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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However, I do quite enjoy physiological thrillers, and the book certainly gives a good rush, blending realism and paranormal in the story to create a book with enough of both to make the story addictive.

Apr 13 2016 | Read Full Review of Burning

Gr 9 Up—When Angela takes the rap for her thieving boyfriend at 15, her sentence is three years in Brunesfield, a juvenile correctional facility in upstate New York. Here, rough girls pick on weak girls, and the few who are "crazy as…" live in Seg Ward, short for segregation, or solitary confinem...

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