Ripple by Mandy Hubbard – book cover, description, publication history. 16 May Two years ago, year-old Lexi killed Steven, the first boy she ever loved. While everyone believes his drowning was an accident, Lexi can’t. Ripple (Razorbill/Penguin, Hardcover July ’11, Paperback June ’12) In Ripple, Mandy Hubbard spins a sea-ravaged tale of melancholy beauty, and the.
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Oct 10, Celina rated it it was ok. A truly wonderful huvbard story. Because the last time she fell in love with a boy, he ended up dead. Wow, so glad she gives a dang about killing someone.
Would you KILL to be one? The kiss itself was fine, but it made me wonder how far the author was going to take the physical aspect of the relationship.
Against her better judgement, ripple opening up again, falling in love with someone new when she knows she shouldn’t. The paranormal aspect of the story was ok, the romance cute and the story managed to keep my attention most of the time. I haven’t read a whole lot with sirens, and I loved how majdy was different and stood out. Then Cole, who never talked to her up to this point, suddenly d I’m telling you, Lexi, the main character in this one was bipolar!
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Yes there is a love triangle of sorts. I didn’t realize yubbard was evil until the end, but he could’ve at least had some more depth given to him, right? Because of the guilt, she let everyone blame her. Where I went to high school, the only time people went to all that trouble was prom. Erik is one of those too perfect characters that you already know that he’s not all he’s cracked up to be.
My sister wanted to read it and thought I may like it as well. This huvbard is beautiful, intense and certainly hunbard masterpiece. What did the other entries say? View all 6 comments. What this house looks like or how the lake feels or what she ate or cleaning the house, even. This book started with a lot of promise, with an interesting premise that had me staying up late to read. Especially Cole— I bu he was a bit dull. I found myself rooting for Lexi to swim through those murky waters and find freedom.
Nothing at all happened in this book until the end where it all kind of smooshed together and didn’t flow well at all. Overall, I just thought this book was boring.
Children’s Book Review: Ripple by Mandy Hubbard. Razorbill, $ (p) ISBN
That was a bit convenient. Seriously, who the heck is in the sad, pathetic regular curriculum? What about other sirens?
His black Range Rover is all sparkle and shine.
Mandy Hubbard: Ripple
It is so easy one day for everything to be perfect and then something unexpected, and unpredictable happens that changes everything. I’m sorry, I don’t think year-olds need to be reading sex scenes. View all comments.
No one ever is. They didn’t have anything unique about them.
No, I do not live under a rock. For more information, visit her website.
Then enter Erik, the guy who can cure Lexi’s curse. Thats the basic issue with this story I had. And it will probably never happen again so make note of it.