Samantha yearns to shed the label of that girl whose mom died, but finding she can turn invisible isn't what she had in mind. Especially when she learns the neo-Nazi who killed her mom may be after her next. Sam's crush Will offers help and secrecy, but the time is coming when Sam will have to choose between keeping her secrets and keeping Will safe.
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Awesome. Cool. Adventurous.
That they turn invisible!! I want to turn invisible.
I liked the different voices and accents for each character.
I liked the descriptions of what walls and water and glass felt like to move through.
I read Rippler a couple years ago and loved the story enough to put Cidney Swanson on my auto-read list. I purchased the audiobook thinking that my boys were about the right age for the book. My 14-year-old son is special needs and has trouble reading. I had hoped that audiobooks might be a way to introduce him to a wider variety of books. Unfortunately, he couldn't listen to the book for more than 10 minutes without falling asleep. (This should not reflect on the story or the narrator, since he also falls asleep pretty much every time I read to him. *sigh*) My 10-year-old, on the other hand LOVED the book. He loved the characters, loved the idea of invisibility at will (mom-- does that really exist??!!) and loved the adventure. He can't wait to read (or listen?) to the rest of the books in the series. We had planned to listen to the book (6.5 hours) in the car since we had about 6.5 hours of driving planned over the weekend. He continued to listen to the book outside the car, though, and finished much sooner than expected. The comments noted above are his. :)
a fantastic book