Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Audio Review: Crash by Lisa McMann



Crash by Lisa McMann

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars

Source: Purchased audio book


Crash is the first of four books in the Vision series and what a great start to the series. In Crash, Jules DeMarco sees this gruesome accident on billboards and on signs that no one else can see. Jules doesn't know where the visions come from, but the more she ignores them the more they haunt her. She realizes that these visions are something that will happen in the near future and she has to stop it. As if having visions wasn't bad enough she finds out that the vision involves Sawyer Angotti, a guy who was once her friend and current crush. Jules doesn't have friends. She spends all her free time working at her parent's pizza place with her brother Trey and her younger sister Rowan. Jules doesn't blame people for not liking her, especially when her family car has two giant meatballs on the roof, she constantly smells of pizza, and Sawyer's parents pizza restaurant is far more popular.

Jules life gets even more complicated when her visions grow and are everywhere. As if having horrible images weren't bad enough she now knows it will involve Sawyer's restaurant. Sawyer and Jules families have hated each other for as long as Jules can remember. The DeMarco and Angotti feud puts Jules in a tough spot when deciding what's the right thing to do about her visions.

I absolutely loved Crash and I'm counting down until October 8th when Bang, the second book in the Vision series, will be available! Fans of the television show Ghost Whisperer or my favorite book series The Body Finder will really enjoy Crash. You must go get this one, like right now!

Narrator: This is the first time I listened to Allyson Ryan and she did a great job. The audio is only a little over five hours so it's a quick listen.

Sample audio of Crash

6 comments:

  1. Sounds like the start of a great series....I haven't read this author before but I'lll keep my eyes open for her now.

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  2. I thought the narrator did a good job with Jules and I loved her relationship with her brother.

    Kate @ Ex Libris

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  3. Really enjoyed this one, too. The narrator was pretty great. :) Can't wait to dive into the sequel!

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  4. I've heard a lot of great things about this one, so I'm glad that you liked it as well! Can't wait to read this!

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