Sad news in the world of young-adult literature. A début novel called “Crash Into Me” was released Monday, but its author, Albert Borris, has. Crash Into Me by Albert Borris – book cover, description, publication history. My personal recommendation. I recommend this book to people at the age of 13, maybe 14, to any age above 14 really. I say this because I.

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Some of them were factually interesting, others were morbid and a few were downright sad. At the end, they promise to all kill themselves in Death Valley, California.

Crash Into Me by Albert Borris

See full terms and conditions and this month’s choices. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I was bored at times. I could really relate to this book, so it made reading it much more interesting.

And I read it the whole time on the plane ,4 hours 30 minutes, to Albret, Massachusetts from Dallas, Texas. Crash into Me had potential, but ultimately it failed. Thompson and Kurt Cobain and then go to Death Valley and kill themselves. Audrey is a compulsive liar, and she’s obsessed with Nirvana — well not really, just Kurt Cobain. In spite of the bad jokes, he chooses to live in New Jersey.

These characters were neither. Crash Into Me will stick with me for a while, and I recommend it for a quick read, at least once. Crash into Me is the labert book I’ve read that deals with teen suicide.


There were many surprising moments in the plot, which kept me interested to the end. That’s how I felt after I finished the book. The characters were neither interesting or connectable. During their trip, they visit graves of people who committed suicide as well as fulfilling I loved this book because of the hope it brings.

Return to Book Page. I like how the cover relates to part of the story as well – not all covers do that or even come close to explaining a book – so it was nice to see that for a change.

borriz Crash Into Me was insightful, very well written, and moving at times. They wanted to travel more and do things that they have never down before.

Crash into Me

I borrowed this book through the inter library loan system at my public library. Twists and turns throughout. It was vague at times, which left me wanting a little bit more on the back stories of the pack.

The first was Thirteen Reasons Why.

Couldn’t put it down. Such a shame when a book with what looks like an interesting plot becomes then an unforgetable one. Neither does spending an entire book in Owen’s head. I was looking forward to reading this book when I got it from the library.

YA Bookaholic : Book Review – Crash Into Me by Albert Borris

Read it, review it–I’m sure many of you are more eloquent than I am. They lacked all sense of depth and emotion blrris everything that would have made them connectable. I wouldnt change the characters or their personalities, they all bring something unique to this book. I love this book. And was excited about! Share your thoughts with other customers. He runs workshops on suicide prevention, drug abuse issues, and peer leadership for teenagers.


Crash Into Me

I liked all the characters for the most part, even though they did have some annoying tendencies. They all learned something just by getting to know each other. Must redeem within ibto days.

Borrs the end they realized that they are not alone and always had each other. The reason is slowly revealed as the story unfolds. I loved that while reading this book you found yourself watching them find hope in the new found friendship. This site uses cookies. If I had to even chose a favourite, I wouldn’t be able to. When you have me rooting for your characters to finish their suicide pledges, you know something is wrong.

Borrls probably won’t even keep it on my shelves to be honest. They’re unhappy, yeah, but they have pretty solid reasons to be.