Crash by Lisa McMann – If what you see is what you get, Jules is in serious trouble. The suspenseful first in a series from the New York Times bestselling author. Crash is a great, suspenseful, interesting book that always kept me hooked and wanting to keep reading. The DeMarco family, Jules, Rowan, Trey, Paula and. Parents need to know that Crash, the first installment of the Visions trilogy by popular, prolific author Lisa McMann, is narrated by a teen girl.

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Can she stop or at least change what will happen in the future? Interested to see what happens next. Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options Is Sawyer any more likeable than Jules?

She’s in love with crasb boy who’s family own the rival pizza shop. The back cover sounds great and then the story is just MEH It begins to consume her life until she finally gives in and figures she is meant to do something to stop this horrible tragedy from coming to fruition. Want personalized picks mcmqnn fit your family? Mar 06, Laura rated it liked it Shelves: I did like the end and how the vision changed at Jules manipulated the chain of events.

Kids say No reviews yet Add your rating. But as we all know, the heart wants what the heart wants and–Come on!

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Crazy cute and crah read. So the basic premise of this book is that Jules is constantly seeing visions of a huge “crash. Parents say No reviews yet Add your rating. There is some language the s-word and f-word a few times and there is an on-going joke about the “2 big balls” on the top of the family food truck.


Stare at his number, then reluctantly hit delete, and it feels like the breakup we never really had. The rivalry between the family was pathetic. Jules has this crush on a crahs from her family’s enemies.

View all 4 comments. Who would believe her, anyway, when mental illness runs in her family?

So this is why I still gave Crash a try knowing it’s written by the same author who wrote one of my least favorite books of all time. And maybe see some character growth. I really hope this doesn’t continue in Bang or I’ll be really majorly pissed.

Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. I get that she was so “in love” with Sawyer but I believe a few flashback would’ve really helped me understand where Jules was coming from at every point.

There would literally be only five reasons. And retreated how families thinks about it with honesty. I’ll explain it like this: She pines over Sawyer and obsesses over everything he does to the point where you would think that Sawyer would be creeped out by Jules and her actions, but in the end the romance was predictable and boring.

Crash: Visions, Book 1 Book Review

As the visions get stronger, she knows she is running out of time to warn Sawyer and save his life. The family’s food truck, which features a display of two giant meatballs, is the subject for much bawdy humor. Also, the story get a plus treating issues like depression seriously. Crazy for Young A Jan 08, Emily May rated it it was ok Shelves: The ending is unexpected.


That can end with her love’s life.

Crash: Visions, Book 1

You will not be disappointed. When Jules discovers mc,ann one of these 9 body bags happens to cras the boy she’s loved for years, Sawyer Agnotti, she will stop at nothing to stop this crash from happening, even if it means turning her back on her family. Oops, sorry, bt was the book I wanted this to be. One of the adult characters is a violent domestic abuser who beats family members.

She’s kind of a stalker. I really don’t like stalker love interests in YA, male or female. In here, Jules gets visions of bad things that will happen in the future and it’s up to her to try and stop it or warn whoever’s directly impacted by the occurrence. There is a history of mental illness in her family and she begins to become worried that she is going to be the next victim of this disease. Sorry, but that wasn’t enough to keep me engaged.

Crash kicks off a new series and introduces readers to Jules and her family as they struggle, work, and love among the meatballs and pizza of the family business. She chalks up her stalker tendencies to trying to save Sawyer.

Again, we would have needed more character development for me to truly craxh about these people.