[note note_color=”#C2D9CD” text_color=”#ffffff”]Burning by Danielle Rollins • April 5, 2016 • Bloomsbury USA Childrens
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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?[/note]
[note note_color=”#BFD1D1″ text_color=”#ffffff”]I received this book for free from Bloomsbury for review consideration. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.[/note]
First sentence: “Peach sneers at us.”
Why I wanted to read Burning: It was marketed as Orange is the New Black meets Carrie, and well, I was intrigued! I needed a bit of creepiness in my life, and did Burning manage to deliver? Ehhh, it was simply okay.