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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So the basic premise of this book is that Jules is constantly seeing visions of a huge “crash.
Crash: Visions, Book 1
It was just ‘okay’ for me. It doesn’t mean, however, that the plot moved at a break-neck speed.
So now she has to live her life and ignore the visions all around her. Unfortunately, I’m the type of person who wouldn’t read a book if it doesn’t have majority of mcmaann reviews and I was a little disappointed when that didn’t happen with Crash. Sign in or join to save for later. Want personalized picks that fit your family?
Library read, if anything. CRASH was a lot of fun Specifically, the plot and the characters. Against this background, Jules is confronted by visions of a deadly disaster only she can see, and is torn between questioning her sanity and trying to save the victims. It was also really annoying that she kept substituting the word dog for God.
Does anyone even care if that stupid vision thing is real and they all die? They were once thick as thieves growing up, having all kinds of fun together.
The way she speaks, the obsession towards pizza boy, her superficial personality and lack of development, it all adds up quickly and unforgivably. When Jules started having visions of Sawyer dying in a horrific accident involving a crash and explosion, she ignores all her resentment and abandonment issues toward the boy that she’s loved forever.
Never-a-dull-moment futuristic fantasy brims with energy.
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If you’re looking for a light paranormal read with a contemporary feel, look no further, Crash most definitely fits the bill. Really boring cycle with some additional family drama thrown in.
Review first published on Reviewing Wonderland. But all that does not change the fact that I was captivated from page one!
The one aspect of the book I really did enjoy is the relationship between Jules and her two siblings, Rowan and Trey. As the vision replays over and over again, Jules begins piecing together more of the pictures. Recommended for grades 7 and up.
It wasn’t all that I was hoping for. lsia
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They were just annoying. His family runs the a competing Italian restaurant and there is bad blood between the two. Dec 24, Cass – Words on Paper marked it as wishlist Shelves: The vision is giving her clues, and soon Jules knows what she has to do. An author who can sweep me into her story and words with humor, strong likeable characters, swoon worthy boys, and a relaxed, easy flow and tone. The romance was great; a perfect picture of forbidden love because Sawyer is a part of the other Italian restaurant and a family that Jules’ has feuded with for ages.
All of the family is struggling to cope with the father’s crsh problems, while working hard to keep the family business alive. Personalize Common Sense for your family.
That’s the best you could come llsa with? The premise of Crash is that Jules, our MC, has been getting visions of a truck hitting a building, causing it to explode, and 9 body bags appearing.
I love mystery, suspense and action stories, especially if a little swoony romance is thrown in. I’ll explain it like this: When Jules discovers that one of these 9 body bags happens to be 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.
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