Book Review: Glass by Ellen Hopkins 

 
This book was just as good as the first one, Crank. The way it’s written is unique and not your typical way of writing which caught my interest to the max. I also enjoyed how descriptive the book was and really spun right off of the first book which was a bit sad to read.

I have the third book so I can complete the story line because it leaves you wondering what happened to Kristina after she landed in the situation that she did. She seems to unravel more and more in this book then in the first. 

Once again, I don’t want to ruin any part of the book for those who haven’t read it. It’s not really a “teen” book because it has adult content with the drugs and the sexual content. But it’s definitely a good read none the less, especially if you’re looking for something to read over the summer.

I hope that in the third book which is called Fallout, she ties up the story and continues on with the same rhythm because I can surely say it is enjoyable and couldn’t put it down! It’s a very thick book but once again, the unique way it’s written makes it for a quicker read then you normally would spend in this size of a book. 

If you’re in the market of reading a book about a downward spiral of someone’s life on drugs that’s very descriptive with love issues and very much tormented by inner demons, then this is the book for you. 

My rating for this book is a five out of five. Why? Because of the content and how it flowed from the first book, it’s a can’t put down page turner, at least for me it was. 

  
Be sure to read the first book first, if not you’ll miss out on the beginning of Kristina’s story but if you don’t then you can just jump into this one and you won’t feel lost like other books that have multiple books to complete the story line. Also, if they make this into a show or a movie I would definitely watch it! 

Hope you enjoyed this book review. I’ll be reading fallout and will tie up Kristina’s journey and review it as well. 

  

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