Top positive review
Another good one!
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2015
I have read every single one of Ellen Hopkins books and this book is another reason why I will continue to pick up whatever book she writes. This book is about sex trafficking, and while some people may not feel comfortable with the topic, it could be worse, if that makes sense. Ellen covers the very surface of sex trafficking: drugs, rape, the legal aspect, basically it is not as graphic as speaking about sex trafficking could be. The imagery and words Ellen uses allows you to connect to the characters. Personally, I related to two of the characters (Eden & Ginger), more so because I thought they were truly forced into the life. If you are familiar with any of Hopkins previous books, this is written in the same type of format, and she has a way of writing about difficult concepts and making it a learning experience.
At this point, I will stop babbling. If you have read Tricks, then pick this sequel and find out how the 5 teens come back from their life of tricking.