The visions aren't stopping, and neither is the danger in this third "dramatic, quick-paced thriller" (Kirkus Reviews) in a series from the New York Times best-selling author of the Wake trilogy.
After narrowly surviving two harrowing tragedies, Jules now fully understands the importance of the visions that she and people around her are experiencing. She's convinced that if the visions passed from her to Sawyer after she saved him, then they must now have passed from Sawyer to one of the people he saved.
That means it's up to Jules to figure out which of the school shooting survivors is now suffering from visions of another crisis. And once she realizes who it is, she has to convince that survivor that this isn't all crazy - that the images are of something real. Something imminent.
As the danger escalates more than ever before in the conclusion to the Visions series, Jules wonders if she’ll finally find out why and how this is happening - before it's too late to prevent disaster.
I liked this series. Like her previous series it was innovative and interesting, with well depicted characters and brisk pacing. Unlike her previous series it was not thoroughly depressing in the end. My only issue with the third book is that I saw every turn in the story come from a mile away. And there was much that could have been developed so much more. But of course that's the problem with YA stories in general. Overall however I still enjoyed the book, it kept me interested and entertained, and it was a good conclusion to the series. She's a good writer with unusual ideas which she develops well. I look forward to her next effort.
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Would you listen to Gasp again? Why?
Only if I forgot what the book was about. But I would recommend it.
What other book might you compare Gasp to and why?
This was more of a young adult book but was refreshing to have easy listening.
What does Joy Osmanski bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She has a very good voice. Has a little trouble trying to hard to sound like a man on the men's parts but was a very good reader. I enjoyed her voice. And she has a talent for expressing the emotions.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
The passing of visions.