young adult book reviews & more

Crash Into Me by Albert Borris

Crash into MeOwen, Frank, Audrey, and Jin-Ae are practically strangers. They only have one thing in common: a desire to die. It’s how they all met online in the first place, to start a suicide club. All their previous attempts have failed, but this time, they won’t.

These four teens have formed a pact and made a plan. Together they will escape from home and embark on a cross-country road trip. They will visit the graves or sites of famous celebrity suicides, and at the end of their journey in Death Valley, they will each end their lives. At least that’s that plan. But as the teens spend more hours together, becoming closer with each secret they reveal, things start to get sidetracked, and several of the new friends start to doubt they can follow through with the promise they made—loyalty to the pact. And each must figure out for themselves if suicide is really the only option.

Read the rest of my review at Young Adult Enchanting Reviews.

Rating: 3.5

Review copy from publisher Simon & Schuster through YA Enchanting Reviews

2 munch(es) :

Tales of Whimsy said...

Interesting concept. Makes me think of this book that came out years ago where a group of people meet on top of a building because each was there to commit suicide.

Thao said...

I like the premise really much and I'm really happy one of the characters is Asian too.

Post a Comment

Let the munching begin.