Crash into Me

Crash into Me

by Albert Borris
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Crash into Me 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 110 reviews.
alexsiscaldwell More than 1 year ago
I got this book yesturday. I finished it in a few short hours. From the first sentence, I was hooked. I forgot that I was even reading; and became apart of the story. I awoke with a new way of seeing things; positively. I highly recomend this Amazing book. :)
book_wormx3 More than 1 year ago
At first I was a little unsure about how much I would like this book because of the characters pretty much going on a suicide trip, but I was so wrong. This book is so wonderful and I would recommend everyone to read this. The characters are so lively and I thought that I was on the road trip with Jin-Ae, Frank, Owen, and Audrey. The dialouge is how my friends and I speak so i could relate to how they were feeling. I only have had this book for a month and I have already read it a few times. THIS IS A MUST READ!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i loved this book! very good teen read(:
notsurehi More than 1 year ago
I read it as part of last year's book club, and I loved it so much I bought it for my cousin as a Christmas present.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I highly recomend this book, i loved it. At points i didnt like the diologe between the charecters, but this book made me want to go on a road trip, it got me thinking, and i absolotly loved it. One thing i hated was the ending, it was suspenceful, which i hate. The ending made me want to throw my precious book against the wall. But its deffinitly worth reading.... Go read it.
Jane Krause More than 1 year ago
Wow good book
Jordan Dermody More than 1 year ago
This was a really good book! Short read but good:)
Sierra Clegg More than 1 year ago
This book totally resonated with me
BooksWithBite More than 1 year ago
I loved this book because of the hope it brings. Four friends gather together for one last trip before they kill themselves. All of them stricken by some type of guilt or pain just want out of this world. During this trip they discover that there is much more to life. Hope. I love this book. All four of them found each other with no one else to lean one, they found hope together in their unique friendship. During their trip, they visit graves of people who committed suicide as well as fulfilling their one last wish. I loved that while reading this book you found yourself watching them find hope in the new found friendship. Little by little each of them let down their guard letting the others in to their world. We saw Owen whocarried an extreme amount of guilt for years. Frank who felt like no one was their him. Audrey who just wanted to get away. And Jin-Ae who had trouble being herself. In the end they realized that they are not alone and always had each other. They also fell in love. And love made them see the world in a different place. They wanted to travel more and do things that they have never down before. Love and hope gave them a hunger for something they never though they have. There was some sex(nothing graphic just talk of it), drugs, and of course illegal stuff.*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its gr8
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At first i wasnt sure i would really like it, but after i finished it i really loved it and it gave me a new outlook on life. Its amazing i recommend it. (:
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story, especially for youth.
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missheart3 More than 1 year ago
one of the best books i have ever read, from the first sentence your hooked. I honestly couldn't put the book down everywhere i went the book was in my hand. I ended up reading the book more than once
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bookworm101 I. Am. In. Love. With. This. Book. Im not suicidal, and i thought this book was . Read it un 3 houts. I forgot it was a book, the author uses such great discription, i thought it was a movie. One of my favorits! U dont uave 2 b suicidal to like this book.
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Dazzlamb More than 1 year ago
When I first saw the cover of Crash into Me, I was intrigued. A boy and a girl holding on to each other like they will never be able to fall again when stumbling. I expected a quite steamy romance, so when I read the book’s back I was surprised to encounter something very different. Crash into Me is about four young people who still need to find their place in life... or in death. Everyone of the Suicide Dogs, as they call their group, has a different personality and other reasons for suicide. The group’s name expresses something wild and uncontrollable, just like the kids themselves are in their decisions to take their lives. As we learn more about their pasts, we are drawn deeper into their dark secrets and begin to understand how they feel. Suicide is a very drastic and burdening act to be confronted with in a YA novel. It is still a very important topic, a problem no one should ignore so easily. Albert Borris treats the topic with respect, but still achieves to integrate funny scenes which relax the dark atmosphere of this suicide trip. Sometimes the ironic way is exactly the right way to call attention to an important topic. That Crash into Me didn’t turn out too dark and depressed was achieved by adding some romance and even the time for wishes and hope. Between each chapter of the Suicide Dogs’ journey are Top Ten lists or extracts of chat sessions, which I really enjoyed and considered as softening up the whole serious story. The journey was very exciting, but in the end I missed some more informations. Suddenly actions accumulated and the end came way to abrupt. In my opinion this novel could have contained a few more pages, but the overall story and plot idea are thrilling and interesting. This is a novel about the darkest of your days and the way finding the path back to light. Four teenagers go on a road trip, but they will explore so much more than just a few famous American spots. THE VERDICT Sometimes a road trip can be the shortest way to yourself! Crash into Me is about a road trip full of adventures, freedom and self-discovery. Sometimes even the darkest of your thoughts can be fought with the bright shining light of friendship, comfort and love.
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Great book and sorry about my typos in my comment below
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