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. “The ultimate heartbreaking, poignant road trip to a place you never thought you’ d go.” –Todd Strasser, bestselling author of Give a Boy a Gun “Crash Into Me.

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Refresh and try again. As the trip progresses, they develop a protective friendship with each other borrix opening up to one another about their secrets, desires and fears. Tipico viaggio on the road statunitense con una meta un po’ bizzarra: Well, they went and did their thing, visited graves and all that, but in the end they just couldn’t do it.

The language used by the characters in the book is coarse, and not meant for younger readers. The writing wasn’t crazy-sensational, but it was without flaws and suited the book. I am not saying there wasnt any talking at all, but when there was it wasnt as much as I would have liked.

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

While I wasn’t pining for the romance or feeling all that sympathetic for Owen, even I was scared when it seemed like something had happened to any one of the four teens. Also reviewed at Shelf Inflicted.

I didn’t know what to expect when I started Crashing into Me. The decision is made to borria a cross country trip from New Jersey to San Francisco-to visit the graves of famous people who have killed themselves.

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Told from the point of view of Owen, the story follows four suicidal teenagers Personal Response: Crash into Me is the second book I’ve read that deals with teen suicide.


Besides Owen, the group includes Frank who has a drinking problem, Jin-Ae a borrris lesbian and Audrey, a compulsive liar.

And she never accepts being gay. Owen’s narration is kind of boring. The only thing he likes to do is memorize statistics about suicide. Will Owen find the happiness he yearns to have?

La Giunti Y ci ha abituato ad affrontare temi difficili e anche questa volta non ci delude. Owen, Audrey, Jin-Ae e Frank vogliono seguire i loro passi per smettere di soffrire e fuggire dalle loro misere esistenze. Wonderfully written, this book made me feel like I was there crsh the road trip with them, feeling their pain and loneliness in life.

Alas, the emotional content was painfully lacking. I felt like the character’s weren’t delved into far enough–I hardly understood why anyone of them even decided to commit suicide in the first place. It just felt kind of forced and inappropriate for a suicide book. These four teenagers each have one thing in common, they are all planning to commit su! Four suicidal teens decide to go on a road trip.

Crash Into Me by Albert Borris is a book crzsh four teenagers: This is one of those books that reads fast, with a slightly predictable ending, but is still worth reading. Oh, and there will be spoilers in the plot sectionjust because in order to fully explain why I felt the way I did, I need to bring up the entire plot and the way everything turned out. Frank who felt like no one was their him. Aug 27, Jennifer Wardrip rated it liked it Shelves: But she’s my favorite character, which is kinda sad because her development is so poor.

One of the things that I enjoyed about this novel was that you could relate to the teens’ feelings of worthlessness and unhappiness – even if yours never amounted to the same amount of pain. 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. As they drive cross-country, bonding over their dark impulses, sharing their deepest secrets and desires, living albegt up, hooking up, and becoming true friends, each must decide whether life is worth living–or if there’s no turning back.


Even though his mother is on anti-depressants and loves him like no tomorrow, Owen makes her suffer through his suicide attempts. This is one of those books that reads fast, with a slightly predictable ending, but is still worth reading. And Owen is a selfish jerk. All of them stricken by some type of guilt or pain just want out of this world. They made things better for each other, trying to solve problems that almost seemed impossible to the one who thought about it.

Or so it seems when you first start. Trivia About Crash Into Me.

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Borrie a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Characters except the main are rather thin, and even our MC is more Imto of Being a Wallflower than anything else. Oct 09, Arielle rated it really liked it.

I have a read a number of books about suicide and suicide in teenagers. Owen, Frank, Audrey, and Jin-Ae have one thing in common: Overall, I was disappointed with this book. I cant think of anything else that is bad. I am not a fan of suicide, and I think its wrong, but the book delivers it with such heart that it was hard to not keep reading.

I identified with Owen the most, as far as personality.