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Jules, a high school student, lives with her family above their restaurant in the suburbs of Chicago. Their restaurant rivalry with the Angotti. 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. Crash by Lisa McMann. Crash is a romance/suspense novel with a touch of the paranormal and a Romeo and Juliet theme. Jules (Julia).

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When their parents find out about their friendship they are not too pleased, and Sawyer drops Jules like a hot potato. Overall, boring and repetitive but at least it was short and the ending was kind of cute.

Children’s Book Review: Crash by Lisa McMann. Simon Pulse, $ (p) ISBN

The sad thing was that I actually started to ship this incredibly unhealthy and weird relationship! CRASH was a lot of fun Aside from the forbidden potential romance, there are family secrets The only thing I liked in this novel was the family aspect. The vision compels her to make a difference, to make waves, and she resists at first.

We all have different opinions. 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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Unfortunately, I’m the type of person who wouldn’t read a book if it doesn’t have majority of stellar reviews and I was a crazh disappointed when that didn’t happen with Crash. The chapters were short which made me feel like I was whipping through the book at lightning speed…Oh wait, I really was.

By the looks of it, this should be a two or one star rating. I really enjoyed this book! So Jules’s family own a Pizza restaurant, and the fact that: It’s a small book, around pages, but when I liss a book as much as I loved this one, I slow down, savor every word, because I never want it to end.

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At times, the too much attraction from Jules’ side felt like an overkill, especially when Sawyer’s reaction wasn’t the same. 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. And retreated how families thinks about it with honesty.

The only thing that keeps her from totally losing it is the urgency she feels about stopping the accident from happening. I highly recommend this book to lovers of romance, thrillers…heck mcmwnn should read this one!

There were definitely moments in this book where I had second hand embarrassment for the wrong reasons, but ultimately I did like parts of Lisa McMann’s “Crash”, the first in her “Visions” series. And her brother and sister were wonderful secondary characters as well.

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Crash (Visions, #1) by Lisa McMann

But I love him. I don’t ever leave this place. Even though there’s the vision part crazh of Jules’s life, it’s just a normal routine, without going to witches’ places or reading cards.

The Romeo and Juliet crasj pizza dough and pepperoni? As you can guess, this leads to a romance that is, at once, extremely predictable and plain.

Like, don’t kid yourself! The whole explanation of the rivalry has more to it, but it was all jumbled up that resulted in confusion.

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She chalks up her stalker tendencies to trying to save Sawyer. I really liked this because it is a simple paranormal plot line that is just written so well. McMann stirred up my pizza addiction big time!

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. Jul 28, Amy rated it liked it Shelves: The end had a sort of cliffhanger to it. I mean, seriously, this book had me from the get go and never let go.