Saturday, June 16, 2007

Crushed, by Laura and Tom McNeal

Audrey's life changes when the new boy at school shows an interest in her. Complications ensue, including a school bully, an infidelity and a friend's betrayal, a rumor monger, and her father losing his job and their house.

This is a novel with too many characters and plot lines to make much sense. Ostensibly, the authors are writing a story about committing mistakes and making amends, but since that is a generic part of any dramatic storyline, we are really stuck with a mess of incoherency. Give it a pass!

1 comment:

Joyse said...

yah, this novel is so awesome..I already read relates to common teenage love problems and situations..I really liked it! Especially the character of Clyde Mumsford..