Crank Crank #1 Epub Ý 537 pages ë Ellen hopkins

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Crank Crank #1 Epub Ý 537 pages ë Ellen hopkins ë ❮Ebook❯ ➭ Crank Crank #1 ➮ Author Ellen Hopkins – 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 addictiveS 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 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 him End of story Also nobody forced her to snort It was all her stupid mind that chose to take the step because some dude was super hot and was nice to her Twilight anyone? So what horrible event prompted Bree to snort? Nothing except that she was an angst y and shallow teen who only cared about looks This girl lost all of my respect from the beginning I'm sorry about that

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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 cran 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 could Chase's dialogue have been any cheesier? The form does add some appeal to the novel though again I've seen that done before and done much better Some of these issues I think are because of the form's limits it's hard to develop secondary characters at all when you're writing first person poetry but others are just limitations of the story itself I think that there was a lot going on with Kristina that wasn't caused by the drugs sure meth amplified those things but there were other issues at the root of her bad choices and I thought the author really glossed over them maybe because she wanted to be able to lay all these problems at the feet of the monster rather than take some responsibility herself? I'm not sure

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Crank Crank #1In 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 i 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's correctly a fictionalized autobiography written from the perspective of the young teen KristinaBree She was born and lived as Kristina for 16 years After her introduction to crank or 'the monster' as she refers to it throughout the book she discovers this wild seductive bad girl inside her named Bree To add to the overall eerie effect Hopkins writes the entire book in sculpted verse Each page is a different shape direction and interplay of italics and plain text Although I'm familiar with other books which use this poetical techniue I've never seen it used to such creepy perfection The flow of words spacing and grouping seem to mimic the rhythm of the drug and how Bree feels it or the booze cigarettes lack of sleep or whatever eventemotion she is experiencing Be prepared to stare into the Void WARNING The language in this book is as crude as would be expected given the pseudo life drug addicts slip into