Ricochet by Kathryn Berla – Review by Liz Vrchota

RicochetRicochet by Kathryn Berla
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So first let me start with the cover of this book… gorgeous. When I saw it was penned by Kathryn Berla I knew it was something I had to ge my hands on, having read some of her other novels and enjoying them. I was skeptical only because it looked a bit on the sci-fi side of things and I simply prefer to avoid them because I just don’t comprehend and get confused with these types of books. So I went it cautious of this. I will say I enjoyed the idea, and I can see where it would shine with some fine tuning or even just some splitting up. The idea is a girl named Tatiana is able to see herself in alternate or parallel universes while she seizes. When she figured this out she begins to explore the other girls. Now here is where I got so stinking lost. We get three other girls in three other universes with the same supporting characters. Trying to sift through all of that information and keep it all straight was just too much. I could see where this book could become a successful series. Each girl getting her own book would cut down the confusion I am sure. Just an idea but this book unfortunately for this reason fell short for me. I will be interested to see what we will get next and if Ms. Berla ever re-configures this story line.

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