If what you see is what you get, Jules is in serious trouble. The suspenseful first in a series from the New York Times bestselling author of the Wake trilogy.
Jules lives with her family above their restaurant, which means she smells like pizza most of the time and drives their double-meatball-shaped food truck to school. It's not a recipe for popularity, but she can handle that.
What she can't handle is the recurring vision that haunts her. Over and over, Jules sees a careening truck hit a building and explode...and nine body bags in the snow.
The vision is everywhere—on billboards, television screens, windows—and she's the only one who sees it. And the more she sees it, the more she sees. The vision is giving her clues, and soon Jules knows what she has to do. Because now she can see the face in one of the body bags, and it's someone she knows. Someone she has been in love with for as long as she can remember.
In this riveting start to a gripping series from New York Times bestselling author Lisa McMann, Jules has to act—and act fast—to keep her vision from becoming reality.
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"Jules has a lot on her plate: She works long hours in her family's restaurant, her depressed father is no help, and she's secretly in love with a rival restaurateur's son. To top it off, anytime she looks at a flat surface, she sees a horrific fiery crash followed by a row of body bags. Is she crazy like her dad? Narrator Allyson Ryan manages to keep Jules's first-person narrative on a fairly low boil, occasionally spilling into overwrought anxiety as Jules struggles over what to do. Jules's heated discussions with her parents and brother are especially vivid. Ryan's narration suits this slice-of-life story, even though the seeing visions part is, well, half-baked. M.M.O. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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