Parents' Guide to

Gasp: Visions, Book 3

By Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Teens race to avert disaster in thrilling Visions finale.

Book Lisa McMann Fantasy 2014
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The looming peril, well-paced revelations, lively plot, problem-solving challenges, race against the clock -- and Jules' appealing sense of humor -- will keep readers riveted.

We'd strongly recommend reading the first two books in the Visions series before GASP so you're familiar with the characters and issues. In various plot threads, the characters come into their own, in romantic relationships and in crucial decision-making. As in the previous books, they use a fair amount of crude language; a couple of make-out scenes don't use explicit language but are still pretty vivid.

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