Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Review: Collision Course by SC Stephens

Collision Course
4 star review
I will admit that I was a little hesitant to read this book. I read the reviews and they all said the same thing. That it was sad and you will cry. But I loved thoughtless and effortless and wanted to read another one of SC Stephens books. I'm glad I did. The reviews were right, it was sad and my eyes did tear up quite a few times. But it was such a wonderful story.
It's a story about Lucas who lost his girlfriend, best friend since age 5, and his best friends girl in a car accident. He was behind the wheel that night, being the only sober one. But unfortunately the people in the small town that he lived in didn't believe he was innocent. They blamed him for their deaths.
This book deals with Lucas entering his senior year of high school and trying to cope with losing his three closest friends and the anger, criticism, stares and torture that he would face going back to school in September. He meets sawyer, the new girl in school who also has her own past issues to deal with. They find comfort in each other. But the struggle for Lucas is dealing with the pain of losing his friends and to find love again. It really is a heart warming story and you honestly feel for Lucas. You're heart will truly break for him, you will just want to jump in the book and hug him. It was a wonderful story of moving on from the hurt, trying to get past the blame and the guilt, and living your life again after experiencing something as tragic as Lucas did. It was a powerful story and SC Stephens did a great job writing it.

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