Straight Outta Crongton

Straight Outta Crongton

Straight Outta Crongton Round these ends it s hard to hold on to your dreamsLife s a constant hustle for Mo Her mum s boyfriend Lloyd is just another man who likes to beat down women the South Crong streets are fraught with

  • Title: Straight Outta Crongton
  • Author: Alex Wheatle
  • ISBN: 9780349002880
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Round these ends, it s hard to hold on to your dreamsLife s a constant hustle for Mo Her mum s boyfriend Lloyd is just another man who likes to beat down women the South Crong streets are fraught with hazards and nasty G s and when it comes to matters of the heart she s still hung up on Sam.No wonder she s vexed so much of the time.Thank god her sisters, Elaine anRound these ends, it s hard to hold on to your dreamsLife s a constant hustle for Mo Her mum s boyfriend Lloyd is just another man who likes to beat down women the South Crong streets are fraught with hazards and nasty G s and when it comes to matters of the heart she s still hung up on Sam.No wonder she s vexed so much of the time.Thank god her sisters, Elaine and Naomi, are on her side if one of them falls then they all fall.But when badness goes down and a life is left hanging in the balance, Mo has to face her hot urge for revenge and she might end up losing than she wins.

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    Where do I begin with this story? It had relatable characters a great storyline and was so so relatable. When Mo was going through her drama I felt for her, I could understand her motives and emotions it took me back to when I was her age and going through my own dramas. It was great to have Elaine and Liccle Bit make a cameo and I loved the interaction between the girls Elaine, Mo and Naomi. I was cracking up reading this book, the amount of laughs and jokes I got from it was brilliant. My hear [...]

    A page-turner in the truest sense. This is the third in the Crongton series and is by far my favourite. It centres around Mo, a 15-year-old girl from the estate whose life begins to unravel from the word go. Lloyd, her mum's boyfriend, physically attacks Mo over a fiver so Elaine, Mo's erstwhile and loyal friend, advises her to go the police. Lloyd is central to the plot as Mo gets a boyfriend who stands up to him on Mo's behalf, and her friend Naomi gets involved with local gang members. Everyt [...]

    I love this series, just so clever and well written. I was confused with the change of timelines to start, especially with some of the pop culture references being current. I loved the new characters, it would be great to see Mo again in the next one.

    The least compelling book in the Crongton trilogy, but still a highly enjoyable read. Full review coming soon

    Originally posted on HellyReadsFirstly this is number 3 of a series - I didn't know this fortunately it seems that they are companion novels set in the same place rather than being exclusively about the same characters. I managed to read this without feeling as though I had missed out on something from the earlier books.I found the language difficult at first, the teenagers live on a housing estate in London and are constantly using slang - the police are "feds", they have "bruvs", "G's" and "si [...]

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