Polarity In Motion
Digital copy of this book received from the author for an honest review.
Oh my goodness…….POLARITY IN MOTION wrecked my heart the whole time I was reading. Once I started reading, I was instantly hooked on Polarity and what that poor girl was going through. I read this heartbreaking story in one sitting. I couldn’t stop flipping the pages and I had to know what was going to become of Polarity. Nothing that happened was her fault and you couldn’t help but cheer for her as she tries to figure it all out.
POLARITY IN MOTION has so much mystery involved that as soon as I thought I figured out who was bullying Polarity with her photo, Brenda Vicars throws me a curve ball and I realize I’m totally wrong. I love when an author does that to me. As you are reading Polarity’s story you will feel embarrassed for her, so much so that you feel as if you are in school with her and glaring at everyone in the room trying to protect your new friend.
Once I met Ethan, Polarity’s friend, I was totally hooked on him and prayed he wouldn’t hurt her too. He is a good guy and tries really hard to help her out and find out who is doing this to her. Ethan opens Polarity’s eyes to what other students go through that she never really thought about. Bullying and racism still goes on in school and Polarity can not sit there and keep her mouth shut. She knows what it feels like to be picked on and not have anyone stand up for you. She can’t let someone else go through that.
POLARITY IN MOTION is such a moving story. All of the characters are very relatable, especially Danny who is the class jerk and had me thinking about all those boys I went to school with that acted just like him. Now I find myself praying that there will be another book about Polarity and Ethan. Please Ms. Vicars, continue the story to San Antonio so we can see how Polarity is doing. She has a huge heart and I know she isn’t done helping the underdog.