Ripple Effect by Paul McCusker – My Review

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks

Zondervan (October 6, 2008)
Time Travel and mystery fans amongst teens and adults will find this new series right up their alley. While relaxing after a disagreement with her folks, Elizabeth finds herself in a place that appears to be her house yet the details are just different enough to catch her attention. When everyone starts insisting she is Sarah things really get weird and she ends up in the hospital psych ward because she must be dreaming she’s Elizabeth or have created this person in her imagination. At least this is the doctors’ take on things but at least one other person where she’s at and one or two where she came from have a different theory and just might be on to something. Fawlt Line, Elizabeth and Sarah’s home town isn’t on any know geologic faults however looking back at the location’s history of unexplained occurrences and missing people perhaps there’s another type of “fault” at work that scientists aren’t aware of.

McCusker draws readers into a story of action, adventure and intrigue in a world where you never know when you will end up or who. Time-twins can switch places at the drop of a hat and while everyone is certain you are someone else your only memories are of the real you in another reality which most will insist is a dream or delusion. Follow Elizabeth/Sarah’s adventures as she attempts to discover reality and those who know her as Elizabeth do their best to bring her back to the lives the two know as theirs. (ISBN#9780310714361, 224pp, $9.99)

Codicil:
Drop into Paul’s Site for a chat. Click the bookcover above to purchase your own copy as well as read more about the book.

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