Crank (Crank, #1)

Crank (Crank, #1) ➵ [Reading] ➷ Crank (Crank, #1) By Ellen Hopkins ➪ – Bluevapours.co.uk In Crank, Ellen Hopkins Chronicles The Turbulent And Often Disturbing Relationship Between Kristina, A Character Based On Her Own Daughter, And The Monster, The Highly Addictive Drug Crystal Meth, Or In Crank, Ellen Hopkins Chronicles The Turbulent And Often Disturbing Relationship Between Kristina, A Character Based On Her Own Daughter, And The Monster, The Highly Addictive Drug Crystal Meth, Or Crank Kristina Is Introduced To The Drug While Visiting Her Largely Absent And Ne Er Do Well Father While Under The Influence Of The Monster, Kristina Discovers Her Sexy Alter Ego, Bree There Is No Perfect Daughter, No Gifted High School Junior, No Kristina Georgia Snow There Is Only Bree Bree Will Do All The Things Good Girl Kristina Won T, Including Attracting The Attention Of Dangerous Boys Who Can Provide Her With A Steady Flow Of Crank.

Ellen Hopkins is the New York Times bestselling author of Crank, Burned, Impulse, Glass, Identical, Tricks, Fallout, Perfect, Triangles, Tilt, and Collateral She lives in Carson City, Nevada, with her husband and son Hopkin s Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest pages get thousands of hits from teens who claim Hopkins is the only one who understands me , and she can be visited at ellenhopkin Ellen Hopkins is the New York Times bestselling author of Crank, Burned, Impulse, Glass, Identical, Tricks, Fallout, Perfect, Triangles, Tilt, and Collateral She lives in Carson City, Nevada, with her husband and son Hopkin s Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest pages get thousands of hits from teens who claim Hopkins is the only one who understands me , and she can be visited at ellenhopkins Like most of you here, books are my life Reading is a passion, but writing is the biggest part of me Balance is my greatest challenge, as I love my family, friends, animals and home, but also love traveling to meet my readers Hope I meet many of you soon.

Paperback  Ç Crank PDF/EPUB ✓
  • Paperback
  • 537 pages
  • Crank (Crank, #1)
  • Ellen Hopkins
  • English
  • 03 July 2018
  • 0689865198

10 thoughts on “Crank (Crank, #1)

  1. Shannon says:

    Life was goodbefore Imet the monster After, life was great, At least for a little while Like a seed planted in your body, Crank is an unforgettable read that sweeps you up into a whirlwind of drugs, sex, and the choices and mistakes you must make when growing up After I finished this novel, a little invisible demon grew at my side and will forever travel at my shoulder whispering this story and its consequences into my shuddering ears Read this book, you will never do meth and wil...

  2. booklady says:

    This is one of those books I can t give a star rating to at least not by the definitions goodreads assigns I did not like this book at all and yet I am forced to admit it is powerful, important, scary as you know where and should be read by every parent of teenagers today My daughter brought Crank home from the school library and also read it in a day it s positively riveting Ellen Hopkins first novel is based on her own tragic experience as a mother of a crank meth addict So although Cr This is one of those books I can t give a star rating to at least not by the definitions goodreads assigns I did not like this book at all and yet I am forced to admit it is powerful, important, scary as you know where and should be read by every parent of teenagers today My daughter brought Crank home from the school library and also read it in a day it s positively riveting Ellen Hopkins first novel is based on her own tragic experience as a mother of a crank meth addict So although Crank is technically a novel it scorrectly a fictionalized autobiography written from the perspective of the young teen, Kristina Bree...

  3. Jess ❈Harbinger of Blood-Soaked Rainbows❈ says:

    Read a book set in high school.Ok ya ll Time for another brutally honest and very personal review from yours truly Gee, i seem to be writing a lot of personal reviews lately, don t I As some of you may have noticed, I haven t spent a lot of time on here or even been reading much this summer That s because I ve been dealing with a lot of personal shit on my plate Some of that ...

  4. Kelly (and the Book Boar) says:

    Find all of my reviews at UNPOPULAR OPINION AND PROFANITY AHEADThis is the story of Kristina and the downward spiral her life takes once she decides to dance with the monster First things firstApparently I missed the memo that said everything disturbing should be written in free verse form Note to writers Using this method does not make your work poetic or better, so stop doing it if you re not good at it.On to the actual story Find all of my reviews at UNPOPULAR OPINION AND PROFANITY AHEADThis is the story of Kristina and the downward spiral her life takes once she decides to dance with the monster First things firstApparently I missed the memo that said everything disturbing should be written in free verse form Note to writers Using this method does not make your work poetic or better, so stop doing it if you re not good at it.On to the actual storyI know Crank was supposed t...

  5. Michelle says:

    Call me a narc, I just can t empathize Believe me, I put myself in her shoes I understand that there are drug users who have reasons for taking cocaine, but what s her problem One, her dad is a big jerkbutt And that s about it I can imagine worse situations in a second If I were her, I would call my mom and beg her to take me home That, and call Child Services to inspect hi...

  6. Audrey says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I don t want this to come across like I m desensitized to drugs and how they can screw up someone s life, because I ve personally seen that happen to many times to ever underestimate the power of addiction And while I think it s important that YA authors write about these topics in an honest and eye opening way, I don t think that Hopkins did that, even though her story is based on first hand experience with meth I felt that much of her writing was cliche, in terms of language and description I don t want this to come across like I m desensitized to drugs and how they can screw up someone s life, because I ve personally seen that happen to many times to ever underestimate the power of addiction And while I think it s important that YA authors write about these topics in an honest and eye opening way, I don t think that Hopkins did that, even though her story is based on first hand experience with meth I felt that much of her writing was cliche, in terms of language and description I felt that her characters fell into stereotypical patterns and ...

  7. Eryn☘ says:

    4.75 starsAs someone who had a close friend that fell into using drugs and sleeping around, this book really hit home It made me feel like I was reliving seeing my friend fall apart, right before my very eyes It hurt to read this at some parts, made me want to shake Kristina and beg her to please, stop to tell her she s better than this But of course, I knew that would do little good It hadn t done much for my friend In fact, it d done nothing.I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the w 4.75 starsAs someone who had a close friend that fell into using drugs and sleeping around, this book really hit home It made me feel like I was reliving seeing my friend fall apart, right before my very eyes It hurt to read this at some parts, made me want to shake Kristina and beg her to please, stop to tell her she s better than this But of course, I knew that would do little good It hadn t done much for my friend In fact, it d done nothing...

  8. Giselle says:

    An immensely powerful book, Crank brings us a heartbreaking downfall into drug addiction Knowing Ellen personally experienced much of this story gives it evenof an emotional pull, as we learn that this is based on Ellen s own daughter s story I m still quite new to verse novels so it did take me a good 100 pages which took like 20 mins to read, really you can fly through verse books in no time to get comfortable with the writing style Before that I kept concentrating on how I was su An immensely powerful book, Crank brings us a heartbreaking downfall into drug addiction Knowing Ellen personally experienced much of this story gives it evenof an emotional pull, as we learn that this is based on Ellen s own daughter s story I m still quite new to verse novels so it did take me a good 100 pages which took like 20 mins to read, really you can fly through verse books in no time to get comfortable with the writing style Before that I kept concentrating on how I was supposed to read it vertical first or not For instance I soon realized it didn t matter Plus, by then, I was so into it I w...

  9. Spencer says:

    Have you ever had so much to say that your mouth closed up tight struggling to harness the nuclear force coalescing within your words Have you ever had so many thoughts churning inside you that you didn t dare let them escape in case they blew you wide open Have you ever been so angry that you couldn t look in the mirror for fear of finding the face of evil glaring back at you______________________________Every time I read an Ellen Hopkins book it s always an emotional journey and this onHave you ever had so much to say that your mouth closed up tight struggling to harness the nuclear force coalescing within your words Have you ever had so many thoughts churning inside you that you didn t dare let them escape in case they blew you wide open Have you ever been so angry that you couldn t look in the mirror for fear of finding the face of evil glaring back at you______________________________Every time I read an Ellen Hopkins book it s always an emotional journey and this one is no exception This one is probably one of herdark books, if not the darkest This book has gritty and gorgeous prose, an addictive plot it s thrilling and almost frightening to read, and this is a book that challenged how I perceived things The first book I ever read by her was Burned and it remains to this day my favorite book 1 The Plot Kristina, our main character, is the definition of someone who would be the perfect daughter Gifted,...

  10. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin says:

    www.melissa413readsalot.blogspot.comOMG I am in love with this book It s so very sad I just don t really have words for it I opened it today, didn t even put it on my currently reading list as I couldn t put it down Kristina sinks into a world of drugs. crank all kinds she gets hurt I would like to take a hot iron poker to the one that hurts her When Kristina goes into her world of drugs she calls herself Bree Bree is cool. or so she thinks Did it all start because she go www.melissa413readsalot.blogspot.comOMG I am in love with this book It s so very sad I just don t really have words for it I opened it today, didn t even put it on my currently reading list as I couldn t put it down Kristina sinks into a world of drugs. crank all kinds she gets hurt I would like to take a hot iron poker to the one that hurts her When Kristina goes into her world of drugs she calls herself Bree Bree is cool. or so she thinks Did it all start because ...

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