Publish date: September 10th 2013
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry
Pages no: 543
Edition language: English
Series: Burned (#2)
4.5/5 P.S.A.: Remember, any thoughts (review of this book or passages) from this point are mine and mine alone. Keep responses to this post respectful at all times...Even if you do not agree. This book can basically be summarized in four major words: Fear, Courage, Strength, Love! Four things...
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...