Author(s): Danielle Rollins
Chilling new YA, perfect for fans of Orange is the New Black and Stephen King. After three years in juvie, Angela Davis is just three months shy of release. She'll finally see her little brother again. And she'll get the hell out of the pit that is Brunesfield Correctional Facility. But then Jessica arrives ...She's young, only ten years old, and she's brought to Brunesfield in shackles under the highest security possible. She doesn't speak and is placed in the segregation ward. No one knows what she did to end up there. But there are plenty of rumours. Soon creepy things begin to happen to Angela and her friends that can only be traced to the new girl's arrival and it becomes clear that Jessica is more dangerous than anyone ever expected ...
Orange is the New Black meets Carrie in this uniquely creepy story of the darkness that dwells in each of us
Danielle Rollins has won numerous awards for her fiction and non-fiction, and earned a 2009 Pushcart Prize nomination for her short story, Drive. She's the author of The Merciless under the pseudonym Danielle Vega, and Burning is her debut under her own name. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and spends far too much money on vintage furniture and leather boots. www.daniellerollins.com @dvegabooks