I’m not so sure where to start with this story. Parallel universes are always an interesting theme. So many ways to go there. In Ricochet, Kathryn Berla, takes us on a journey with four very different girls, but so much alike in many ways. There is a mild, same sex romance in this story that I think opens the doorway to address all the emotions that are on stage in this story. Guilt and shame versus confidence and self-assurance, a life of plenty, a life of poverty, timid versus bold. So many facets of the human nature addressed in this story. Its not a book to just whiz through. It’s a story to think through. I found myself having to back track a time or two just to verify my own thoughts. If you are looking for a good story, that is also mind stimulating this is a book for you.
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