Lauren McLaughlin’s novel set in a juvenile detention center examines the old adage “the truth shall set you free.”
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Nova Ren Suma writes a tale of guilt, innocence, rage, and cosmic balance in The Walls Around Us.
In Stephanie Oakes' The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly, a teenage girl ends up in juvie after escaping a cult with a penchant for chopping off body parts, WHAT WHAT.
A Really Awesome Mess, by Trish Cook and Brendan Haplin: Depressed pill-popper meets morose anorexic while they're both confined in a juvenile detention facility. I smell romance!
Brian reviews Kindness for Weakness, by Shawn Goodman and realizes he would not do well in prison.
In Counting Backwards, Laura Lascarso pinpoints the most effective instrument of rehabilitation: a hot dude.