Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Review for Jumping Ship by Janice Ross

Review for Jumping Ship by Janice Ross

This story starts off teasing you with an array of questions that will lead you into the heart of the beloved plot. Jumping Ship touches on several important and morally salient topics. They range from domestic abuse and marital delusion to adultery and treachery. The author does an astounding job of reeling you into the lives of Edward & Pearl Riley, she makes you feel like you know a couple just like them. Then, Jumping Ship introduces you to three of the most indelible characters of the book, Pet, Roger and Mickey.

You will be able to feel the pain and agony that Pet experiences while trying to keep her sanity. At times I wished I could talk to the character Pet, and give her some advice. I also wanted to be that friend that would listen without judgement. The suspenseful question of, "What will happen to them," is always in the back of you mind. The build up of the plot will keep you reading till the very end. I’m ready to inhale the next installment of the Island Hopping Series by Janice Ross.

Bee L. Kirk, Author of City of the Guardians: Introducing Alex Honor

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