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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Actually now that I see it written in black and white I am a little surprised at my original enthusiasm. The protagonist, Jules, is the most real of all of McMann’s heroines. Like, all the time, but I’m not a creep or anything. Someone she has been in love with for as long as she can remember.
Jules accidentally smiled at Sawyer while their parents were in tow and both were forbidden to ever see or associate with the other again. Jules lives with her family above their restaurant, which means she smells like pizza most of the time and drives their double-meatball-shaped food truck to school. Talk to your kids about I read it in five hours.
Crash: Visions, Book 1
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 did like the end ,isa how the vision changed at Jules manipulated the chain of events.
As a view from them. There was no one single person for themselves User Reviews Parents say Kids say.
Very different from what I’d usually ctash in other reads, but nevertheless a memorable and enjoyable character. Want to see more bookish things from me? This, however, is just not for me and I won’t be reading the sequel.
Crash was a book I was really excited about.
Crash (Visions, #1) by Lisa McMann
It wasn’t all that I was hoping for. Plus I have to say that the mentality of these people were kinda Jul 19, Aman rated it really liked it.
First of all, Crash is a new series by Lisa McMann, author of one of my favorite series around Dream Catcher Series So it was a given that I was going to be reading this book.
It’s full of gripping suspense, mystery and general badassery. All throughout Crash I couldn’t help but think, that’s the reason why they basically want to rip each other’s heads off? The last time they had sex probably must have been when the Demarcos had Rowan; they had so much anger in them that needed to be smoothed out. Dec 06, Cesar rated it liked it Shelves: Review first published on Reviewing Wonderland. Characters were clearly the fall of this book.
So, don’t mind me, folks: Thanks for reading my review! 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. But I will admit, I did like this book to an extent.
I think the best part of this was the fact that it was so damn short. So when the parents discover in junior high that Jules and Sawyer are friends, I’ve only read Cryer’s Cross by McMann, but I have several of her other books on my to read list.
I would love it forever. When reading a book, there comes a chance where the main character is either likable to some people while others do not like him or her. Who would believe her, anyway, when mental illness runs in her family?
And if I may add, this is the first book in a trilogy. The thing about the book is that it’s intriguing. A good series starter.
But there were also the times where they could laugh and joke and I found myself chuckling more than once because of their interactions. My reading heart smiled and sighed with satisfaction. If only there were more interesting visions Once layer after layer gets peeled away, you’re left wondering how anything could be right in the end. See cmmann we rate. There was really no mystery, no suspense, other than the uncertainty of when the vision would take place.
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