Publish date: October 1st 2012
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Pages no: 606
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Mental Health
, High School
Series: Crank (#2)
What have I done? And more: What will I continue to do? In comparison to Crank, Glass feels much less poetic. The story that was actually told was pretty good but that’s not the reason I read the book. I already knew a big chunk of what would happen from interviews with Ellen Hopkins. I picked up ...
Initial reaction: I'll have to think about how I'm going to write the review for this book, but it'll be a sizable one.I have a hard time saying that this book was a favorite of mine - because the topic it chose to cover - on multiple levels - isn't one that's easy to read or anything that I could s...
This was a good book for me to pick up based on my current mood this past weekend. Odd to say, but it soothed me and sort of brought me back to reality. I read the first book in this series, Crank, about two years ago, if I remember correctly. I really enjoyed it, and it was different from anything ...
No spoilers fromt he first book in the review. :) My review from the first book is here. Glass was pretty similar in tone and style to its predecessor. It picks up a short time after the events of Crank. This book is also written in verse (I believe all of Hopkins' books are, though I could be wro...
My liking to Kristina diminished completely in this book. Through most of it, I was rooting for her to get over her bad habit and take care of her baby. After the chances of that slowly began to fade, I started to really dislike her. The difference is that she didn’t just abandon her baby for drugs....
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