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    After far too many years of abuse at the hands of her father, and after the tragic loss of her beloved Ethan and their unborn child, Pattyn is desperate for peace. Bestselling author Ellen Hopkins continues the riveting story of Pattyn Von Stratten she began in Burned to explore what it takes to rise from the ashes, put ghosts to rest, and step into a future. Forgive me. Where to go. How to feel. No way to change what happened. Bile boils in my gut, erupts in my esophagus. I gulp it down, close my eyes. But I can still see him, lying there. Can still hear the gurgle in his throat.

    Every now and again someone goes in there and then it smells like marijuana, though smoking is prohibited on all Greyhounds. Not like the driver cares. Easier not to interfere with derelicts, dopers, failed gamblers, and crazies.

    Oddly, I feel safe enough among them. Like freeway drivers in separate cars, all going the same direction at the same time, each passenger here has a unique destination. A personal story. I try not to listen.

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    Try to tune the voices out. The Bus Is Crowded Somewhere behind me, a couple has argued for an hour. Seems he was up two hundred dollars at Circus Circus. Kitty-corner and a couple rows up, two blue-silver haired women talk about their husbands, kids, and grandkids.

    One of them got lucky on dollar slots. How does faith impact Ms. How does their religious upbringing impact the way Patty and Jackie respond to their lives?

    Support your answers with evidence from the text. Patty nurses Maria and her baby, Teresa, through the measles. Support your answer with evidence from the text.

    In what way does she feel connected to their plight? Patty is surprised to learn that Adriana knows she is on the run for murder but has never approached Patty about what happened.

    Would this be true for everyone? Or zero belief at all.

    Does she view herself as courageous? Does the author present her as a courageous character? What about Jackie?

    Cite evidence from the text to support your answer. Jackie believes that truth is a product of perception. Explain what she means.

    Is her statement accurate? Why or why not? Jorgensen and others are surprised to learn that Pattyn can tame Shoshone.

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    What previous experiences with horses does Pattyn have? How does working with Shoshone bring Pattyn peace? After returning home from the hospital, Jackie decides to focus on school and seeks out a tutor—Gavin. Is Gavin good for Jackie? How is he different from Caleb? What strengths does he have as a friend? Von Stratten invites Caleb and his father to a holiday dinner and Jackie is outraged. Why does Ms. How are the three alike? How are they different?

    Conner, Vanessa, and Tony have unique relationships with their parents. Both Conner and Tony are angry.

    Conner is angry with his mother, and Tony is angry with his father. What accounts for their rage? How does each young man deal with his anger differently? Vanessa shows more depression than rage and finds release through cutting on herself.

    How does cutting help Vanessa feel better? Why is Conner so devastated over the loss of this relationship? Why does Conner tell Vanessa he is poison? Is Dr.

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    Support your response with examples. Why is Phillip so special to Tony? Vanessa learns that she loves both Conner and Tony, but her love is different for each. All three characters search for the meaning of love.

    What experiences has each character had that led to confusion about love? What does each learn about love? Conner, Tony, and Vanessa participate in a wilderness challenge. What purpose is this adventure supposed to serve in their healing process?

    Impulse ends with both hope and tragedy. How is this ending fitting, given what you learn and come to understand about the three central characters? Comparing Tony and Vanessa, which character is more likely to heal and lead a productive and healthy life?

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