The Ripple Trilogy: Books 1-3 of The Ripple Series

The Ripple Trilogy: Books 1-3 of The Ripple Series

Cidney Swanson / Nov 13, 2019

The Ripple Trilogy Books of The Ripple Series Get all three books about a girl who can turn invisible the boy she s crushing on and the neo Nazi geneticists after them both Includes bonus content Will s Killer Pizza Recipe and a sneak peak at C

  • Title: The Ripple Trilogy: Books 1-3 of The Ripple Series
  • Author: Cidney Swanson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Get all three books about a girl who can turn invisible, the boy she s crushing on, and the neo Nazi geneticists after them both Includes bonus content Will s Killer Pizza Recipe and a sneak peak at Cidney Swanson s Saving Mars series.Book One RipplerWhen Samantha Ruiz turns invisible in front of team mates while rafting, she knows something s wrong According to her knGet all three books about a girl who can turn invisible, the boy she s crushing on, and the neo Nazi geneticists after them both Includes bonus content Will s Killer Pizza Recipe and a sneak peak at Cidney Swanson s Saving Mars series.Book One RipplerWhen Samantha Ruiz turns invisible in front of team mates while rafting, she knows something s wrong According to her knowledgeable friend Will, she s got a rare genetic disorder Fearing a lifetime sentence as a lab rat, Sam wants to keep her ability secret But she also wants to know if there s a connection between dark Nazi experiments on others like her and her own mother s death eight years earlier At the same time that Sam is sleuthing, she s falling hard for Will And soon, she ll have to choose between keeping her secrets hidden and keeping Will safe.Book Two ChameleonSam s troubles are growing The crush who kissed her seems to have changed his mind Her BFF thinks Sam is in an abusive relationship And the evil geneticist who wanted Sam dead now wants her ALIVE When Sam learns of Helmann s Nazi like plan to re establish a Thousand Year Reign, she s determined to fight him Along with Will and Mickie, Sam flees to France to meet Sir Walter their best hope for stopping Helmann s brave new world But someone invisible follows her to Paris, and now Sam must figure out how to hide from an enemy she can t even see.Book Three UnfurlAgainst all expectations, Sam has survived attacks by two of Helmann s deadliest assassins She s alive, but she s far from safe Helmann is planning a second Holocaust and wants Sam to play a starring role Will, now separated from Sam by an ocean, seeks a way to prevent Helmann s apocalypse Along with Sir Walter and Mickie, Will plays a deadly game sneaking into Geneses facilities, discovering unsettling clues as to Helmann s plans The clock ticks down as Will and Sam discover just how much they must be willing to sacrifice to stop Helmann UNFURL, the powerful conclusion to The Ripple Series, will leave fans breathless.

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    466 Comments

    1. A perfect suspense is maintained throughout the novel, disease which look like blessings, problem are bit big to deal with if it is constantly coming your way, little did it disturb you with the relationship that are complicated in the novel But throughout it is a good read


    2. I loved this series! It was probably one of my favorite series that I have in a while. I couldn't put the book down at the end! At the beggining of this series, the main character named Sam, accidentally turns invisable in front of her cross country team and her friend Will helps her out of this sticky situation. She later finds out that Will also has the abbility to turn invisable. They start to train together and practicing turning invisable. Sam eventually finds out that her mom was murdered [...]


    3. Ugh.No.This book sounded so fascinating; something new and intriguing and unlike any other book I've read. It started out okay. But, it definitely lost it's momentum for me over time. I found the characters dull and meek. The main character couldn't make a tough decision or do the smart thing to save her life. To me she seemed to whine a lot. The romance/drama was of little significance. Their reactions and how they reacted to one other were pretty predictable. And the old man they meet up with [...]


    4. Wow! What a crazy journey! This is an edge of your seat read throughout and will keep you guessing continuously. The tread of clues are there but, you'll have to be sharp to pick them. Swanson is obviously a well educated, smart author who knows a lot about history. I loved this story, the theme, the style and characters. In fact, Swanson can really bring these characters to life with her style and personifying. Here is mystery, intrigue, deceit and some kind of magic! A troubled girl (Samantha) [...]


    5. My plan is to read at least 12 books in 2018. This was a good start. Finished last night. AND then discovered the book series doesn't end with trilogy! This was such a fun read, one of those "can't put a book down even though it's way past bedtime" kind of books! LOVED it! Very exciting, very thrilling and hold my breath moments. Sad i run out. Now have to debate whether to buy the rest or not :D


    6. Loved this series!!!Watching Sam grow was great. Her and Will's ability to be able to adapt to all the things standing in their way is astounding. I'm not even sure I want to continue reading the next book.


    7. Great story that keeps you hookedOnce the story catches you, you do not want to put it down. Loved the characters and the storyline. Great fantasy and way to let your imagination soar.


    8. Great read!Got this trilogy as a free download on kindle but after reading it I'd quite happily have paid full price. Highly recommended


    9. Just ok Kind of slow to get exciting, reads very much like looking through the eyes of an immature teenage girl. Gets better as it goes along.


    10. Pretty good ya novel. Entertaining but lots of running around getting caught by the bad guys and having to escape



    11. Amazing ReadThe entire trilogy is remarkable. The author does an excellent job of keeping the reader engaged. Can't wait to read Cindy Swanson's other works.


    12. I really enjoyed all three books. I was fascinated with the concept of becoming invisible and thought the author did a wonderful job in describing how it felt.


    13. I love the uniqueness of this engaging and suspenseful teen series. Ms. Swanson weaves a blend of terror, teen angst and surprise plot twists so well you have to rush to get to the next book. I love being able to take the downloads with me on my cell phone kindle app so I am never without a rush of excitement to fill the times I am in line or waiting for the bus.I look forward to more adventures from these characters and new plots from this author.


    14. It's great!I liked it. It kept my interest until the very last page. I look forward to reading more of your books in the future.


    15. The Ripple Trilogy Books 1-3 by Cidney Swanson "the beautiful and the dark together"First of all I really enjoyed this set of books; a lot. For me it took off right at the beginning and then just kept me running at a steady pace all the way through. The writing is superb, well crafted characters with an exciting though measured even pace that kept me right there with Samantha and Will.This seems to target young adults, but I didn't let that sway me. In fact I was doing my usual cleanup of my kin [...]


    16. The beautiful covers may have drawn me in, but it was the synopsis that sold me on this series.Rippler is book one in a trilogy. It is a YA fiction/ fantasy / adventure with a unique plot. While YA books have been inundated with vampire stories, and recently mermaid tales (pun intended), Rippler brings us invisibility!Our main character Samantha (Sam) discovers, much to her horror, that she can become invisible. The story opens with her high school running team on a "bonding" rafting trip. Sudde [...]


    17. In book one, Rippler, you are introduced to a great concept, a unique story line as well as excellent character build ups, suspense and interesting plot. After reading this book I dug right into book two, since I was so enwrapped with the story!In Chameleon, book two, the story picks up right where it left off in book one. This book is very quick paced and it was hard to stop reading once I got started. I enjoyed the interesting and intertwining characters and the way the plot develops and leads [...]


    18. After reading the first book, I found I wanted to read the rest of the series. Luckily, this three book deal came out for $.99 so I grabbed it up and continued reading. I have to admit that the rest of the series was even better than the first book. Much more exciting! I cared more deeply for the characters. I found myself skipping meals to see what could happen next.Lately, I have found myself bored with YA books. They seem to have similar themes regardless of sub-genre. Teen angst thrown onto [...]


    19. It took a while to get into this series and it isn't the best writing or story I've ever read. All the same, I found the characters of this book to be delightful. It was refreshing to see a teenage girl adore her step-mother and to worry about her friends (rather than drop them for some guy). What made the Rippler Trilogy stand out to me was the surprising and compelling connection to the Eugenics movement and WWII human experimentation. I didn't see a historical story line coming so it was a fu [...]


    20. I've finished the first book. It's pretty light reading for the most part with a few expected dark sides. I'm confused about when it takes place. The author brings up some odd timing issues between events in California and Nazi Germany. I'm wondering if the book takes place in 2200 AD or something.The pacing was slow. I found myself wondering during one late scene when something would happen. They were making pizzas. It felt like a first chapter.I give it 4/5 until I read the other books in the [...]


    21. Excellent readWhat a book. Many writers have used the theme of invisibility for a book, bit this is pure genius. The use of protagonists that were good and evil is brilliant. I enjoyed all three books immensely. There were a few typing errors but you can overlook those in the fast paced action and the well written characters. Well done Cidney, a book well worth reading.


    22. 4.5 Stars for this one. I was pleasantly surprised with this series and even more by the characters. A good, well told story. The plot was pretty straight forward and, thank goodness, lacked the teenage drama, angst and the ohhhh so predictable love triangle. The best part however, was the characters. I have a feeling that I would read anything, even a cook book, if will, Sam and Mackenzie were in it.


    23. Okay, so this story was really quite interesting. Full of special powers that don't seem to work how they are supposed to, bad guys who think they're doing good but are all the more powerful for it, travel and different cultures, and steadfast love. (Although I felt the love stuff wasn't entirely realistic, but whatever. Since when does love make sense?) Pretty fun. Might be a bit mature for young audiences.


    24. Actual believable character in ya fiction are few and far between. Even though the plot was fantastical in nature the characters were not. Sam dealt with her grief in a real and understandable way. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of this story. I like that even though the characters could use their powers to steal and generally be naughty they don't. The authors descriptions of what it feels like to walk through walls and glass are beautiful.


    25. I'm not sure how to rate this. It is YA so I'm not comparing it to major novels when I rate it, just for its entertainment factor.I love the rippling and the complex relationships. Parts of this book (the excerpts from journals) were pretty creepy so I skimmed over a lot of those. Seriously. Evil.Really fun & entertaining read.This series was fairly clean with occasional not-too-bad language and some violence. I wouldn't let Holland read it yet.


    26. I don't even know where to begin.is book was amazing!!!! I loved it as an avid fan of YA, but I was obsessed with it as a huge WWII buff!!! I have always had a soft spot for history so Will was epic!!! I love that this series brings light to something so many kids today have no idea about!! A must read for sure!!


    27. good series. not a lot of action but good character development. the second book had some serious holes in the storyline and then the author decided to change the third book to have one chapter in sams point of view and then swap over to wills point if view on the next. which made the third book faster paced and much more exciting.


    28. This is a great YA series. I love the strong female characters, and the guys who support them. I do not want to spoil anything but I would recommend this to preteens and older who can deal with some violence. The plot line is good and the love story is sometimes displaced by the action, while characters focus on helping the ones they love.


    29. Pretty good. The premise was interesting and added a new twist to a lot of old type data. I enjoyed the character interaction and the arc they grew in. It had enough action on a regular basis to keep me interested, and there was constantly something new coming up with the bad guys.Overall an enjoyable read, and I like the author's "voice." I will read more by her.


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