Flirtin' with the Monster: Your Favorite Authors on Ellen Hopkins' Crank and Glass - Part II Summary & Analysis

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Part II Summary and Analysis

Part II contains the thoughts and feelings of Ellen's family: Her husband, her daughter Kelly, Kristina and her son, Orion. Orion's thought are last because he is the future.

Although things had settled down seven years ago, the six years of disruption had left its mark on John. He was still angry. The first time that Kristina screamed at him that he was not her father, he felt a sting that endured. He had thought of Kristina and her brother as his own. He had been their only father since Kristina was five-years-old. They were a family. They went to the beach and to museums. They had good clothes and the latest toys and a myriad of pets.

When Kristina was fifteen, the family's German shepherd, Blitz, scratched relentlessly at her door one night. When he wouldn't stop, John...

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