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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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To start off, the plot felt like a sub plot instead of an actual plot. Books by Lisa McMann. In fact, it seems strange to me whenever I remind myself that this is actually a paranormal novel where the protagonist sees visions. Nov 08, Cyana Scriptora rated it really liked it. Reading Crash is like talking to one of those Gilmore Girls. Interested to see what happens next. Maybe I really am. 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.

I was ok with the story up until Jules tries to save the day.

Crash: Visions, Book 1

The story felt so young even though our characters are not. Liisa Post Older Post Home. This is a family who lives, works, and breathes together. It felt frightfully simple and I think so many details could have been fleshed out a little better. Jules periodically uses an obscure word e.

Trey’s character was particularly well done; he was realistic and his concern for Jules seemed genuine. 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.


Crash: Visions, Book 1 Book Review

We learn what instigated the rivalry between the Demarco’s and the Angotti’s. Let’s get a quick example shall we?

Some plot points are pretty predictable and others losa sound super familiar. That’s the best you could come up with? I really, really wanted to love this book.

How could anyone not love this book? You never, ever covet their recipes the way you covet their spouses. She and her brother are bullied at school because of the family feud between the Demarcos and the Angottis, a rival restaurant family.

They’re around each other every minute of every day, turning siblings into the best of friends. See how lida rate. The end had a sort of cliffhanger to it.

I enjoyed reading about the relationship between Jules and her brother and sister, they’re very close to each other and Trey is probably the most interesting character in the book. She lives with her family in the Phoenix area.

Crazy for Young A 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 Want to see more bookish things from me? Because of this, Jules and Sawyer haven’t had much contact since seventh grade. When I was reading CrashI read too many choppy sentences. Protagonist Jules Demarco keeps having the same horrifying vision. It’s a fast read and really light.

All of the characters were flat and not fully developed.

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Enjoyed the drama and the love story. Fun, interesting and pleasant. 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. Jules comes to the conclusion that she is being told that she must act if she wants the visions to stop. It’s full of gripping suspense, mystery and general badassery. And I hated that. So Jules’s family own a Pizza restaurant, and the fact that: Though I felt a little off by her too obsessive craash towards Sawyer.


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. But Jules still faces life with this slightly twisted but awesome point of view and a wit that kept me snickering. I did garner a crsah of curiosity on how it would play out when she tells someone about them. She lives in a crazy family that owns a pizza shop. Unnecessary to the plot and a bit of misguided intolerance in what is otherwise a good novel with a beautiful cover.

Finally Jules decides to tell Sawyer and eventually her brother Trey. It doesn’t mean, however, that the plot moved at a break-neck speed. Is your experience like Jules’, or different? Over and over, bh every reflective surface, Jules sees a careening truck plowing into a building, causing an explosion, and nine body bags in the snow. Column 4 Our impact report: This is my fourth Lisa McMann book the first of my second liaa and I thought it was pretty decent.