Publish date: September 10th 2013
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry
Pages no: 543
Edition language: English
Series: Burned (#2)
Every time I review an Ellen Hopkins book, I start the review with “Ellen Hopkins is brilliant.” This review is no exception. Ellen Hopkins is still a brilliant poet, and this book is wonderful. Smoke is a novel-in-verse and the sequel to Burned. It continues the story of two sisters, Pattyn and J...
The more Ellen Hopkins novels I read, the less I find myself enjoying them. I think what keeps me coming back is the hope that the next thing she writes is going to have the same visceral rawness that I remember from when I first read Crank and Impulse. The more seasoned Hopkins gets as a writer, th...