Collide Series by Shelly Crane

4.18 · 58 ratings
  • Collide (Collide #1)

    Collide (Collide #1)

    Shelly Crane

    · 18 ratings · published 2012

    Sherry has always known there was something out there. She's eighteen, works for a tabloid newspaper in Chicago and has a brother, Danny who is a lazy mooch. They live a pretty normal dull life with hippie parents and a normal existence. Then the moon dissapears and people start to go missing only to reappear later, but different. Sherry has an abusive ex-boyfriend who shows up and claims to be one of these beings that have been showing up around the world... more

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  • Uprising (Collide #2)

    Uprising (Collide #2)

    Shelly Crane

    · 14 ratings · published 2012

    Sherry and Merrick's story continues in this sequel to Collide. In this installment, we come face to face with old acquaintances and new friends and new enemies. Things will change for all of them especially when a little girl is found and everyone's loyalties are tested. A revelation may upset the delicate balance they've all tried so hard to set. There's new love, new rivalries and new transformations in the continuing series of Collide.

  • Catalyst (Collide #3)

    Catalyst (Collide #3)

    Shelly Crane

    · 14 ratings · published 2012

    In the third installment of the Collide series, we start off with Sherry, taken prisoner in the enforcement facility. The little bunker family must now decide whether it's worth the risk to try to save her or if it would bring doom to them all. Lily has started showing signs of her gift progressing, which may not be a desirable thing. And as Marissa starts to act strangely, Jeff must come to terms that there may be more to her illness that meets the eye... more

  • Revolution (Collide #4)

    Revolution (Collide #4)

    Shelly Crane

    · 12 ratings · published 2012

    In the fourth and final installment, everything is on the line. Merrick's life is in the balance and Lily is their only hope. Ellie and her new powers are miraculous, but also problematic; if she's with the bunker family, they won't be able to sense when the Lighters are there. There are many new members to the bunker and sparks will fly, and with the food shortage, they will all have plenty to deal with. Miguel is intrigued with Rylee, her past and her spunk... more

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