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Mental - right! On top of that, Jules father is a hoarder. His mental illness makes Jules fear that she is also losing her mind! Her dad's breakdown was traced to the beginning of a feud with a rival pizza family. And it just happens that the son of the pizza dynasty is the face in the body bag that Jules sees! Oh yeah, and he is her secret love!
What is a girl to do???
That is the story.
This premise really intrigued me. How would you convince someone else that you know something bad is/might/could happen to them without everyone thinking you are completely off your rocker? Because really, visions can't be true - right? But, what if they are true? What if ignoring this vision brings Sawyer's death?
It was a little weird to read a book that centers so much on pizza following Saint Anything which also focuses on pizza! It made me hungry!! Just an odd coincidence.
This is a slim book - and the first of a series, the vision seems to be moving on to other characters. There is a bit of a Romeo and Juliet feel to this - but with a vision twist. I would recommend this book. It grabs the reader quickly, with very little background and keeps your attention throughout.