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Glass
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
Kristinas descent continues in the New York Times bestselling sequel to Crank, now with a refreshed look and a trade paperback trim size.One little bit, my heart revs high, then settles into quick- step mode. How Ive missed that race and pound. How Ive missed the lack of control.Crank. Glass. Ice. Crystal. Whatever you call it, its all the same: a monster. Kristina thinks she can control it. Now with a baby to care for, she is determined to be the one deciding when and how much, the one calling the shots. But the monster is strong, and before she knows it, Kristina is back in its gripand it wont let go.The sequel to Crank, this is the continuing story of Kristina and her descent back to hell.
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LiseWorks
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Cool cover 💜 3mo
Eggs 💔💊💉 3mo
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megnews
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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Another from my tbr #BeginsWith glass

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 👏🏻🤍📚 8mo
LiseWorks One that I read, really good series, gives a reality check on addiction 8mo
Eggs 💜 💊 🖤 8mo
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CocoReads
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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What a Monday! My Jeep wouldn‘t start this morning at dark o‘clock when I had to go to work. Luckily hubs is still on vaycay so he could take me but the whole thing flustered me so badly, I left my phone at home. Work was crazy as usual so I didn‘t miss it too much but my 100% charged kindle was down to 1% by the time I got home and I didn‘t even use it! 😱 time for some #24b42020! @Andrew65

Andrew65 Sounds a disaster of a day, time to relax put your feet up and lose yourself and the day‘s troubles in a book. Let‘s hope tomorrow is better! 🤞 (edited) 3y
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CocoReads
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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Some peppermint tea and a little #24b42020 while I wait for my workout group to join me on our zoom call. I think they‘re all doing cardio today but I‘m thinking yoga.

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chyepanda
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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Next read :) I am super excited about revisiting some old favorites.

bookcollecter I love this book! 4y
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dawn-pInk
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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Mehso-so

Only reason this is so-so and not pan is this is not the end of the series. The mother makes me furious. This sounds like any other “what hellscape you‘ll be dragged through” warning if someone tries illegal drugs without anything interesting or nuanced to say about it. So, I‘m finishing the series and I‘m willing to call it second book syndrome for now. So many TW. Just, all of them.

KristinaRay I just read some background in these books and the author. I‘m just flabbergasted. I mean did she really think making her daughters hell public in this way would help her? Uh, I‘m too irritated to articulate my feelings on this, but it really makes me want to jump on a soapbox. 4y
dawn-pInk @KristinaRay I find myself ranting at the author frequently while listening. 4y
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dawn-pInk
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Audio book #3

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alecia3dixie
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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I liked this book at first. But as the book went on, I couldn't imagine choosing drugs over my own child, being a mother myself. But I know that it happens, and it let and insight to what is going on inside of the mind of someone who does choose drugs over their own child. Devastating book, but very raw.

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wingedsnails
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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More novels in verse. Gonna try to finish this series...

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Jilljemmett
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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#marchbookstagram Flipping pages. Glass by Ellen Hopkins

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JennyReadsBooks
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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I love Little Free Libraries. It's the little things that remind me, especially on bad days, that all is not lost. #keeponkeepingon #littlefreelibraries #read #freebooks #community #readersunite #seattlereaders #wontyoubemyneighbor

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Ashley_Nicoletto
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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I ❤️️ Ellen Hopkins for those times when I'm going to be repeatedly pulled from my book. Doctors appointments all morning + a rainy day here. #litsyAtoZ

l_veislouder Just got into her books a couple of years ago and I fell in love with both Crank & Glass. 6y
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Alisnazzy
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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I don't really like using the 3M app on my kindle for ebooks because it can be hard going to the next page, but I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series (Crank) and I didn't really want to wait until I could get a hard copy at the library. So I'm sucking it up and having quite the exciting Saturday night with my #kittenlitten

Librarianaut I heard those books were really good!! Thank you for posting!! 6y
Dolly 💕🐈 6y
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rubyslippersreads That face! 😻😻😻 6y
Beckys_Books I work for 3M but had never heard of this app. Checked it out and discovered only 2 libraries in Missouri use it. Mine only uses Overdrive. 6y
CherylDeFranceschi ❤️😻❤️! 6y
Texreader What a darling photo of your baby!! 6y
Gissy 😻 6y
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RavenMaestas
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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This book...is so wonderful...I barely have words for it...such a beautifully haunting story based on the authors own daughter. This is the sequel to Crank which is my second favorite Ellen Hopkins book and probably in my top 10 favorite books ever written...and this one lives up to its predecessor. Please, please read these books. The Crank series will change the way you see the world. Such a wonderful book. 9/10

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MSzyd
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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Day 32: "That phrase again. Everyone cares for me. They just don't know how to love me." #180lookswithbooks #shoesbychineselaundry

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maximoffs
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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Second book in the Crank trilogy, following Kristinas descent into Glass. Like all Hopkins books: both beautiful and haunting.

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Justis
Glass | Ellen Hopkins
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A continuation of a girls walk with the monster. Still very hard to put down