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Continuing with a different character's perspective was kind of brilliant. I loved Gwyni's thought process considering she's not a Rippler. She's a bit impulsive , but always trying to keep people smiling. Her speaking in third person concerning her many selves...too funny.
Her character narrative was such a great addition, as were all the characters.
Her pursuit of love was both comical and sweet. I laughed more in this book. Chretien was adorable trying to understand so much.
This is not just a love story. It has drama, bad guys, kidnapping, a lot going on.
I love being surprised by a book. Well Done!
This story is more fantasy, though, I suppose there is an element of science here, it felt much more the fairy-tale. In fact, you will find a few fairy-tales retold in this book that were very apropos to the plot and characters. Speaking of plot and characters, Ms. Swanson did her usual believable, lovable characters in an enchanting, exciting story.
For me, Visible wasn't as fun as the space sci-fi of Mars, but the Rippler series does offer enough adventure to help me ease back to other books and stories. Visible is aimed at young adult. Saving Mars didn't feel dedicated to one group or another. Oh, and though there wasn't a cliffhanger and all plot strings were clean up, there was enough left that should she decide to, Cidney could write more to this series. I look forward to reading more!
The plot from the other books in the Ripple series continued in Visible, but it wasn't the entire focus of the book. For me, the main focus was Gwen and her love life and personal growth. I loved that aspect of this story, especially the historical fairy-tale element. The issue of the 'sleepers' was a huge part of the story, of course, but it took a backseat to Gwen's happiness (at least for me).
The only thing I didn't like about Visible was that it felt slow at times. Overall, it was a great read and I look forward to the next installment in the Ripple series! An added bonus: this series is very clean and that's refreshing.