Publish date: September 2010
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
Pages no: 674
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
Series: Crank (#3)
3.5/5 stars After Glass I was really disconnected with Kristina, I almost didn't read Fallout because I just didn't care for our lead character. But I decided to and I was in for a pleasant surprise because Fallout is centered around 3 of Kristina's children. All in all it was much better than Gla...
This review is for the third book in the Crank series. There are spoilers for the first two books in the review, but not for the third one. My review of the second book is here and my review of the first book is here. This book is really different from the first two books in the series, which re...
Fallout by Ellen Hopkins is the third and final instalment of the Crank trilogy. I started the series about 5 years ago, and decided it was about time I read the last book. I was a huge fan of the first ones (Crank and Glass) and I really wasn't disappointed with Fallout.In this last book, the story...
What a great ending to the trilogy!I did not expect that it would take me so damn long to read this novel, but work and school were very stressful and I didn't have time for anything. But taking me so long to read it did not mean that I haven't enjoyed reading this.I loved how the story took place ...
Ellen Hopkins never fails to impress and write a book you can't put down. This for me, was one of the hardest to read. Not because the language was hard or anything, simply because we have followed Kristina for what feels like for SO. LONG. We watched her fall into the grasp of the Monster and find ...
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