Gripped Part 3: The Fallout

After a near-death experience, Chris Dunkin begins surrounding himself with positive influences and putting his efforts towards living a clean lifestyle. However, the night before school starts, his best friend Jason convinces him to host a party that shows Chris more about himself than he actually wants to know.

Meanwhile, Marc Dunkin has received word from a detective that his oldest brother Taylor is a person of interest in a highly confidential case headed by the Boston Police Department. They know Taylor’s clean; they know he wants out of the game; and they want to help make that happen. However, their “help” will come at a cost-one that may put Taylor and his entire family in grave danger.

Taylor is trying to get his life back in order after an opiate addiction wreaked havoc on his once promising athletic future. Getting clean was a difficult feat, but breaking free from the Bilotti crime ring will present an even greater challenge.

Editorial Reviews

“As with the other Gripped books, both adults and younger readers will thoroughly enjoy this story and learn from the realistic depiction of the struggles that high school and college students face. Hopefully, this will spark essential conversations between friends, parents, and children.” – E. Harvey, Emerson College

Gripped Part 3: The Fallout is an engaging and easy read that is ideal for middle school and high school students, while also being very applicable to adults wanting to know more about teenage drug abuse.” – K. Banker, University of Miami

Gripped Part 3 shows how drugs can change people’s personalities as well as their relationships with others. Reading about the characters’ situations will help teens make the smart decision and not get involved in drugs.” – J. Finnerty, University of New Hampshire

Gripped 3: The Fallout is perfect for all teens and their parents, as it offers unique perspectives on complex and relevant issues today. Teens, and parents alike, can learn from the book and prepare for situations in which they – or their children – may be put in. I easily give this book 5 out of 5 stars and encourage all teens and their parents to pick up any book in the Gripped series.” – M. Farinacci, St. Sebastian’s School