Book Review-Rippler

I received Rippler by Cidney Swanson quite a few months ago. I absolutely loved it.  Then, my life got turned upside down, and unfortunately all my book reviews got lost in space.  But, there are some books that deserve a review, and Rippler is one of them!  I am so happy to have connected with this author, and to be introduced to this book. 

Samantha Ruiz has a interesting problem; she becomes invisible and has no idea why. After she becomes invisible during kayaking, a teammate,Will, reveals more about her ability. She and Will begin researching in an attempt to help Sam take control of her Rippler's Syndrome.  Will's older sister joins in, looking into mysterious murders and secret scientific research.

I said it before and I'll say it again, I so enjoyed this book!  Fantastic writing, fantastic characters, great pacing.  And the ending is such a cliffhanger, the book was over way too soon. As soon as I was done, I was ready for book two.  Luckily, book two is out!  

You know what else I liked about this book?  The awesome author. Cidney was so kind in emails, especially after I emailed and apologized for postponing the review. If you're a teen, have a teen, or are like me and enjoy well written teen genre books, pick this up.  And have you looked at that cover?  Gorgeous.

Do yourself a favor, go here, and pick this book up.

Remember to Live

Friday night I had a beautiful dream.

It was bright, and cool breeze blew through my hair. I was bent over a small tree I had just planted, filling in the hole with dirt. I sifted the earth through my fingers, felt it in my hands.  I sensed someone, and I squinted into the sun and saw him standing beside me. I felt him lean down next to me, and then he was my dreams he is always very still.  I looked at him, he smiled and said, "remember to live."  It became an echo, a chime, a song.  Over and over, as we knelt in the dirt, as I pressed my hands down, finished patting the dirt around the tree, I heard his voice say to me, "remember to live."

Remember to live

Thank you Christian.

I miss you everyday.