Publish date: April 15th 2012
Publisher: Harmony Ink Press
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
Enjoyed. A more realistic book about what teens go through than the white-washed PC versions of dribble I normally find in this genre. Teens have sex, they do dumb things, they experiment with drugs and make irrational decisions. That is a part of growing up. Recommended.
I really wanted to love this one. I just did not connect with it. I'll probably read it again someday. Maybe it will be a better read for me later.
The bottom line is that Collide is about the misfit in all of us. Even the cool, rich kids and their parents have at least a little bit of that desperation inside them to fit in and deeply connect to another human being. It’s time for a new tat. “We All Collide”. You need to read the book to underst...
This isn't a perfect, or even typical, YA book but it just worked so well for me that I have to give it 5 stars. You probably have to be in the right mood to really appreciate it - it's long and slow-paced, almost philosophical at times. It does a lot of telling (rather than showing) and it's light ...
For me, the writing and narrative flow got in the way of the story, and it just felt like it needed more work.