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“When all choice is taken from you, life becomes a game of survival.” Five teenagers from different parts of the country. Three girls. Two guys. Ellen Hopkins: Perfect (Impulse, #2) Read/Download PDF Epub Online. Tricks by: Ellen Hopkins. WARNING: This book has some strong content. Please. Download Traffick (Tricks #2) by Ellen Hopkins .epub) #freeEbook companion to the New York Times bestselling Tricks from Ellen Hopkins, author of Crank.

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No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Pure entertainment? I shrugged. I shivered at the nip in the air, or at the sudden magnetic pull I felt toward this perfect stranger. Without a second thought, Andrew took off his leather jacket, eased it around my shoulders. Cool tonight, he observed. All the signs point to a hard winter.

He was standing very close to me. I sank into that earthy green aura, looked up into his eyes. They happen every day. And I think we both knew that one just might have.

Probably because most of the guys here at Boise High know who my father is. But Andrew went to Borah High, clear across town, and he graduated last year. Yes, she and his rancher dad make an odd couple. Love is like that.

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Guess where his progressive theories came from. That makes him nineteen, all the more reason we have to keep our relationship discreet. That horrible thought has crossed my mind more than once in the four months since Andrew decided to take a chance on me.

After a while, we held hands as we ducked in between the old cottonwoods, grown skeletal with autumn. And then one day Andrew stopped. He pleated me into his arms, burrowed his face in my hair, inhaled.

Smells like rain, he said. My heart quickstepped. He wanted to kiss me. That scared me. His lips brushed my forehead, the pulse in my right temple. Will I burn if I kiss you? But it will be worth it.

It was cold that morning, maybe thirty degrees. It was the kiss in the dream you never want to wake up from—sultry, fueled by desire, and yet somehow innocent, because brand-new, budding love was the heart of our passion. Andrew lifted me gently in his sinewy arms, spun me in small circles, lips still welded to mine.

And when we finally stopped, I knew my life had irrevocably changed. Word gets around. Around one corner. He spots me and even from here, I can see his face light up. Glance left. No one I know. No familiar faces or cars. And you are the source of that, right?

To escape, I regularly stashed myself in the closet, comforted by curtains of cotton. Avoided wool, which encouraged my itching the ever-present rashes on my arms, legs. My skin reacted to secrets, lies, and taunts by wanting to break out. I think I was maybe five when I decided that. I was the little boy who liked art projects and ant farm tending better than riding bikes or playing army rangers. Not easy, coming from a long line of farmers and factory workers.

My dream is liberal arts, a New Agey university. Berkeley, maybe. Or, even better, San Francisco. Not with Mom Gone She was the one who supported my escape plan.

You reach for your dreams, she said. Factory work is killing us all. Factory work may have jump-started it, but it was cancer that took my mom, one year and three months ago. She loved me, sure, with all her heart.

Wanted me to be happy, with all her heart. But when it came to sex, she was all Catholic in her thinking. Sex was for making babies, and only after marriage. She was just sixteen and her boyfriend hauled his butt out of town, all the way to an army base in Georgia.

Mom got off the phone with Aunt Josie, clucking like a hen. Who would have believed our pretty little Liz would grow up to be such a whore? I thought that was harsh, and told her so. I knew better than to argue with Mom, but if she felt that strongly about unmarried sex, no way could I ever let her know about me, suffer the disgrace that would have followed.

How in the hell are the two things related? And Anyway If God were inclined to punish someone just for being the way he created them, it would be punishment enough to insert that innocent soul inside the womb of a native Indianan. These cornfields and gravel roads are no place for someone like me.

Bible says God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve, and no damn bleeding-heart liberal gonna tell me different. Most definitely not this bleeding-heart liberal. Or have become. Because of who I am, all the way inside, the biggest part of me, the part I need to hide. Father Howard knew. Took advantage, too. I am too. It is spring, a time of hope, locked in the rich loam we till and plant.

The main ingredient in American ethanol, the fuel of the future, and so it fuels our dreams. The big John Deere has little trouble tugging the tiller, turning the soil, readying it for seed.

Submission, yes, and almost as ancient as the submission of one beast, throat up to another. One human, facedown to another. And always, always another, hungering.

Hunger Drives the beast, human or otherwise, and it is the essence of humanity. Hunger for food. All tangled together. It was hunger that made me post a personal ad on the Internet. Hunger for something I knew I could never taste here. Hunger that put me on the freeway to Louisville, far away enough to promise secrecy unattainable at home. Looking back, I realize the danger. But then I felt invincible. Or maybe just starved. Satan, luring me with the promise of a penis.

Janet Winkler was dream-girl pretty and sweeter than just-turned apple cider. After a while, though, I figured I should be looking to get laid, like every other guy my age.

So why did the thought of sex with Janet—who I believed I loved, even—not turn me on one bit? Worse, why did the idea of sex with her Neanderthal jock big brother turn me on so completely?

Not that Leon Winkler is particularly special. Not good-looking. Definitely not the brightest bulb in the socket. Pure muscle. That includes inside his two-inch-thick skull.

Something not exactly hetero about that. Well, except for the idea someone might notice how my eyes often fell toward the rhythm of his exit. I never once lusted for Janet like that. I tried to let her down easy. But breaking up is never an easy thing. Not Easy for Janet Who never saw it coming. But you told me you love me. I do love you, I said. You know my mom is sick. And it worked, to a point, anyway.

At least it gave Janet something to hold on to. I know, Seth.

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The denial in my eyes spoke clearly. She tried another tactic, sliding her arms around my neck, seeking to comfort me. Swollen with desire. Lips still locked to mine, she murmured, What if I give you this.

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To be honest, I thought about doing it. What if it cured my confusion after all? In the heat of the moment, I even got hard, especially when Janet touched me, dropped onto her knees, lowered my zipper, started to do what I never suspected she knew how to do. The haze in my brain cleared instantly, and I pushed her away. What are you, anyway? Not really expecting a response, she pivoted sharply, went in search of moral support. So she never heard me say, way under my breath, "Maybe I am gay.

All fact here is rooted in gossip, and gossip can prove deadly. Caught up to her after Mass Sunday morning, and when he was done, that church parking lot looked like a street in Baghdad. After, Billy felt kind of bad. Best way I could think of was through the be anyone you choose to be possibilities of online dating. Granted, One Possibility Was hooking up with a creep— a pervert, looking to spread some incurable disease to some poor, horny idiot.

I met more than one pervert, but I never let them do me. No homosexual yokel, anxious enough to get laid to let any guy who swung the correct direction into my jeans.

And figuring out what sex and love are all about. TRICKS is informed and inspired by living near Las Vegas—a big teen prostitution scene—and by the fact that teen prostitution is not exclusively the result of kids running away from abuse.

In some cases, parents prostitute their children for the same reason.

Five teens victimized by sex trafficking try to find their way to a new life in this riveting companion to the New York Times bestselling Tricks from Ellen Hopkins, author of Crank. In her bestselling novel, Tricks, Ellen Hopkins introduced us to five memorable characters tackling these enormous questions: And now, in Traffick, these five are faced with the toughest question of all: Is there a way out?

How these five teenagers face the aftermath of their decisions and experiences is the soul of this story that exposes the dark, ferocious underbelly of the child trafficking trade.Janet Winkler was dream-girl pretty and sweeter than just-turned apple cider.

A story about kids figuring out what sex and love are all about, at all costs, while asking themselves, "Can I ever feel okay about myself? I know, Seth. Crank Series. All of the different stories in this book happened every day in America right under our noses.

A brilliant achievement from "New York Times" best-selling author Ellen Hopkins -- who has been called "the bestselling living poet in the country" by mediabistro. Crank Series.

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