Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Book Review: Impulse (Impulse, Book 1), by Ellen Hopkins

Impulse (Impulse, book 1)
By: Ellen Hopkins
www.EllenHopkins.com
ISBN-10: 0606125973
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Vanessa, Tony, and Conner all have something in common: they each tried to commit suicide. Sent to Aspen Springs, a psychiatric hospital, the three teens have no hope of recovering from their past traumatizing lives . . . that is, until they meet each other.

It contains:

• Profanity (including the F-word)
• Kissing
• References to sex, sexual abuse, sleeping with a teacher, and an abortion
• Suicide
• Descriptions of past attempted suicide
• Reference to a murder
• A character cuts herself
• A character is bipolar
• A character thinks he’s gay
• Many characters are on medication
• Reference to past drug use

Impulse is the gritty first book in a two-part duology. It is written in free verse, and the tales the characters tell about their lives are very dark. Not recommended for young or immature readers.

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