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by Ellen Hopkins
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A Throne of Books
A Throne of Books rated it 6 years ago
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 ...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
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...
One Eyed Reader
One Eyed Reader rated it 7 years ago
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 ...
Kurai
Kurai rated it 7 years ago
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...
Sinful Book Reviews
Sinful Book Reviews rated it 7 years ago
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....
I'm a reader, hear me roar!
I'm a reader, hear me roar! rated it 8 years ago
What a fast-paced read!This was so addicting and it suited the story around the crank.I was shocked to read about her neglecting her son because of drugs. It was horrifying to read about it. What is way more terrifying was that the story was based on a true story and that this really happened to som...
Dee's Blog Blog
Dee's Blog Blog rated it 8 years ago
down and down the spiral into drug abuse goes...more of a review to follow
KristinaGummyBear
KristinaGummyBear rated it 9 years ago
I can't say that I enjoyed it as much as Crank, but it was still very good. I just found that there was too much drama going on.
Book Loving Mom
Book Loving Mom rated it 9 years ago
After finishing the first book, Crank, I was really interested to see what hell Kristina would go through in this next one. The end of the first book gave me a little hope, but I knew that The Monster still had a strong hold on her. This book made me all sorts of angry. I was so mad at Kristina, but...
Reviews by Ali
Reviews by Ali rated it 9 years ago
Anyone who enjoyed Crank should enjoy this book equally as much. Although "enjoy" really seems like the wrong word, because these books are not exactly pick-me-ups. But they are an interesting look into the all too real world of addiction. Crank and Glass are similar, but Glass is not just more of t...
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