Book Review: Indigo by Gina Linko

A gift?

A curse?

A moment that changes everything. . . .

Caught in an unexpected spring squall, Corrine's first instinct is to protect her little sister Sophie after a nasty fall. But when Corrine reaches out to comfort her sister, the exact opposite occurs. Her touch--charged with an otherworldly force and bursting with blinding indigo color--surges violently from Corrine to her sister. In an instant, Sophie is dead. From that moment on, Corrine convinces herself that everyone would be better off if she simply withdrew from life.

When her family abruptly moves to New Orleans, Corrine's withdrawal is made all the easier. No friends. No connections. No chance of hurting anyone. But strange things continue to happen around her in this haunting, mystical city. And she realizes that her power cannot be ignored, especially when Rennick, a talented local artist with a bad-boy past, suggests another possibility: Corrine might have the touch. An ability to heal those around her. But knowing what happened to her sister, can Corrine trust her gift?
Release Date: October 22, 2013
Age Group: YA
Source: Review copy from publisher
Reviewed By: Madi B

Indigo was one of those books that gave you a whole bunch of information that you didn’t understand at the beginning. Which this is normal, but a normal book usually explains a page or two later. This isn’t a normal book. It took FOREVER to explain everything! But it symbolized her character development. But when you’re reading, it’s not all that pleasant. But I really liked the plot and setting of the book! After we got through all of that secret nonsense, the book was great!
I loved Rennick!!! He was so perfect! And adorable! fictional guys are the best.
I really liked watching Corrine thaw (not literally) and develop her powers! And the music references!!!! LOVE!!! I enjoyed this book so much!

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