Crash into Me by Albert Borris. Simon & Schuster. Publication date July 2009. Copy supplied by Classof2K9.
Four teens go on a road trip to visit celebrity graves, pledging to commit suicide together at the end. Their obsession with suicide and their own attempts brought them together; and the friendship they form may save them all. Chilling, sad, and funny.
48 Hour Book Challenge: 4 hours. Longer review will be posted later.
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Saturday, June 06, 2009
48 Hours: Crash Into Me
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If interested, more info at www.eloquentbooks.com/DangerousDays
There just seems like too many great books to look forward to! I want to read this, it seems UHHMAZING.
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