By: Lisa McMann
Published: June 3rd 2014
Listening Length: 5 hours and 44 minutes
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 1/2
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 bestselling 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 don’t think I have ever said this about a series of any sort, Visions gets better with every book. Crash I rated at 3.5 stars and Bang I rated a 4 stars. So as you can see the more into the narrative I went, the more I enjoyed it.
Gasp deals with not only facing yet another vision seen by a survive of Bang but also deal with the blossoming of relationship, facing fears and moving forward after family dilemmas.
Picking up right after book three McMann didn’t waste a second throwing the dynamic cast into another vision, while adding to our team of young heroes. No detail is left forgotten. While you want the best for the whole scenario McMann through in a new twist of an ill-fated vision. I was thrown rather thrown off by that. I was expecting it.
While our gang is not perfect, the need to want to help and protect other is strong, especially with Jules who feels these vision are of her own fault because it all started with her.
As the events unfolded I was left in awe of the over the vast amount of detail given but yet still not drowning (pun intended) out the events.
The narration was spot on and I was pleased to see that Osmanski was counting on with. Her voices changes made it easy to follow along without having to question who was speaking.