Impulse by Ellen Hopkins


“Act on your impulse,
swallow the bottle,
cut a little deeper,
put the gun to your chest.”

Ellen Hopkins, Impulse

How could a book cut so deep? How could somebody be so damaged?

With the story of three persons who were so caught up with their past they can’t let go even though they wanted to, something is revealed to readers who wouldn’t even think of such things happening inside human’s mind.

With this book, honestly, I learned to think twice of my actions, my words, and ended up leaving it all in my thoughts to process how it could affect the persons around me.

I found this book rather depressing just as I expected it to be.


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