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Wednesday, 8 June 2016


Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan

Publisher: Philomel

May 2013

ISBN: 978-0-399-25760-5

Pages: 358

Contemporary Young Adult, Romantic Elements

New York City

Invisibility is something Stephen is used to since he was born that way. Cursed and invisible.

Elizabeth wishes she was invisible so that no one can hurt her. Elizabeth is thrilled with her mother’s decision to move the family to New York City since that way she can easily blend in.

Stephen is soon amazed when he meets Elizabeth since she can actually see him. What amazes Elizabeth is that she wants Stephen to actually see all of her. Soon an invisible world of grudges and misfortunes, spells and curses gets in their way as they get closer. As they are thrust into this world Elizabeth and Stephen have to decide just how deep into they are going to go. That answer could mean the difference between love and death.

This is a book that proves to be engrossing, fun and poignant as the reader reads each page. The characters are well written and really move the story along. It also provides a mystery of just how things happened to Stephen and what is going to happen next. It also proves to be a hard book to put down once the reader starts it.  They will want to see how things turn out for Elizabeth and Stephen and hoping for the very best outcome.

I give this one 5 red roses


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