Publisher: Leap Books
Summary from Goodreads
In the multi-verse people may look familiar, but no one is who they seem.
In a small town in Montana, Sophie lives with her quantum physicist mother, and her equally brilliant, but dangerously obsessed, step-father.
Her father disappeared years ago under mysterious circumstances, but Sophie is still haunted by memories of him that seem so real she swears she feels his presence one night as she drifts off to sleep.
Realizing that somehow her missing father is trying to send her a message, Sophie decides to take a big risk.
With her friend, Eli, Sophie must discover what strange experiment her father did and understand the startling impact it has on her world and another, just across the membrane dividing the multi-verse.
Sophie is a strong YA heroine, who is willing to do anything in her powers to find the truth about her father. Even break the laws of physics. In the beginning it seems like Sophie is very confused and doesn't know what to do - she has no idea of what is actually happening to her - but throughout the story, we find out how clever she is.
I loved the concept of the multi-verse. It was something quite interesting and thrilling! It can be very tricky but Michele Corriel makes it very easy for the reader to understand it.
Membrane has a lot of the elements that make a YA novel attractive: a well-written story full of drama, mystery and a number of twists. I absolutely recommend it!
Michele Corriel lives and works in Montana's scenic Gallatin Valley, surrounded by seven mountain ranges.