Listen to the sequel, Glass.
©2004 Ellen Hopkins; (P)2008 HighBridge Company
"Hopkins writes in free-verse poems that paint painfully sharp images...detailing how powerful the "monster" can be. The poems are masterpieces of word, shape, and pacing, compelling readers on to the next chapter in Kristina's spiraling world." (School LIbrary Journal)
This duo was well written and eye opening. I listened to it because my 14 year old read "Crank." I do not think that these books are for that age group. I highly recommend that you listen to these books prior to allowing your kids read them. In my opinion these books are for older teens 17 and up. Nothing against these books as I said they are very good just a little too much info for kids under 17, especially "Glass."
No, because I haven't read the book.
When she gets raped and when she finds out Brendan is the father to her baby.
Her voice compliments the character she's portraying.
It didn't make me laugh or cry, but there was a moment or two where my jaw dropped.
Overall this was a very good book, and I enjoyed it.
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