Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Book Review: Rippler: book one of the Ripple Series (Cindy Swanson)

By: Cindy Swanson
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal/Fantasy (Paranormal
Romance, Supernatural, Magic), Mystery, Fiction, Sci-Fi

Samantha Ruiz has a freak gene that lets her turn invisible, or ripple. She can't control it, and it's getting worse. Afraid of becoming a lab-rat, Sam hides her ability, until her crush Will Baker sees her vanish. Will promises secrecy and together the two discover someone's killing people who ripple, possibly in connection to a neo-Nazi faction. The more Sam is with Will, the less she can imagine life without him, but the time is coming when she must choose between keeping Will in her life or keeping Will safe.

I actually read this book quite a while ago....but I put off writing a review because my beloved mother wouldn't get me the second book. In the end, I was kind of glad she didn't because I think that this may have turned into one of those series that I stopped reading about the fifth book because it just didn't pull my interest anymore...that happens a lot.... But, I'll never know because I haven't got the second, third, or fourth books...... haha.

Okay, in all honesty, this book was a really quick read, but I can't say "If you're looking for a quick read then you should totally pick this book up!" because it IS a series of seven.....and because I read like lightning fast...

I really don't have much to say about this book, sadly. It was a predictable in the "I love THIS boy" kind of way, but there were quite a few plot twists.

This wasn't a book that I begged for mom to let me get the series because I felt as though I had already read books that were nearly just like it...But it was original in its own way, at the same time.

On a great sidenote, it was free?! The bad thing about getting free books is that the rest of the series usually ISN'T free..

Anywhoo, this was just a really short, not very great review...Sorry about that. I did really enjoy the book, and I would read the second if I had it.

Fun news, thanks to IndieView, we've had a few authors request books, which I personally think is really, really amazing and exciting. If you're an author, email us! We'd love to hear from you!

I'll blog you later, lovelies! You never know, it might be sooner than you think!

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