Crank - The Kitchen was Warm through Happy Endings Summary & Analysis

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The Kitchen was Warm through Happy Endings Summary

In the sections, "The Kitchen Was Warm," "Somehow She Didn't Notice," and "I Opened My Mouth," Kristina considers talking to her mother about her situation. However, Scott comes in just as Kristina is about to talk. In the sections, "Omens! Great!" and "I Thought About Calling Leigh," Kristina makes some calls. Her dad isn't at home, and Adam is with Lince, so she calls Robyn. Robyn tells Kristina about a girl who decided to put her baby up for adoption but once she saw the baby, she decided she wanted to keep it. The young mother killed her baby while under the influence of crank.

In the section entitled, "Snow Day," Kristina reads a newspaper detailing the effects of crank on the user's brain as well as on the unborn fetus...

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