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Burning by Danielle Rollins

Burning byDanielle RollinsAfter three years in juvie, Angela Davis is just a few months shy of release, and she'll finally be free from the hole that is Brunesfield Correctional Facility. Then Jessica arrives. Only ten years old and under the highest security possible, this girl has to be dangerous, even if no one knows what she did to land in juvie. As strange things begin happening to Angela and her friends that can only be traced to the new girl's arrival, it becomes clear that Brunesfield is no longer safe. They must find a way to get out, but how can they save themselves when the world has forgotten them? I received a review copy from
If I were to make a comparison of the book I would state Orange is the New Black with Stephen King's Firestarter. It takes place in a girls detention center, as the story opens they are undergoing some new management and many changes are being made. New programs, new technology, and new girls. One of …