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Triplicity Featured
Young Adult Indie
Overall rating 
 
4.3
Writing Style 
 
4.0
Plot/Story 
 
5.0
Illustrations (if applicable) 
 
N/A
Characters (if applicable) 
 
4.0
Editing/Design Quality 
 
4.0

Set a Course for Adventure

Navy, Isaiah, and Jesse are teens traveling with their families on an Alaskan cruise. While enjoying their vacation they must solve the mystery of who is committing thefts on board the ship.

A mystery aboard a cruise. Yes, please. I have never read a story that takes place on a cruise ship. This story has so much potential. A ship with everyone trapped on board while crimes are taking place could really be interesting.

What I Loved:
First, there were a few things I really loved about the story. I loved the details about the ports of call. I loved the touristy places they visited. I also really loved the mystery. It was fun but not too scary. I didn’t guess who the thief was until right before it was revealed. Isaiah Jesse’s aunt and grandmother were also really fun characters.

What Left Me Wanting More:
For me, the formatting of the dialog was a little off. I often couldn’t tell who was speaking or what was happening. I got a little confused with the alternating points of view. This especially happened between Jesse and Isaiah’s POV.

Something else that really bugged me was all the accusations against Jesse. I don’t see security on a cruise accusing passengers of stealing and unless they were 100% sure. Guest service is always at the forefront on a cruise line and all the announcements and finger-pointing just didn’t seem realistic. (Navy’s name I thought was a little strange but it is explained why her mother named her that later in the story and it made sense).

My Final Judgement:
Triplicity was a fun read and a cute story. I am starting to really like novels that center around a trip so this one hit the spot for me. It made me crave a summer cruise.

Good Points
The Love Boat for Teens ;)
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