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Invisibility – Andrea Cremer and David Levithan


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Stephen is cursed – he was born invisible – no-one can see him.  Not his father, his mother or anyone else. THis makes life, as you can imagine, difficult. Until Elizabeth moves  into the apartment opposite him. For the first time in his life,  someone actually knows that he physically exists. She can see him – she can draw him. He can see what he actually looks like.

I liked the novel up and until then. From then on the world of magic takes over. The two halves of the novel, do not seem to  ‘fit’.

Suitable for mature readers used to sophisticated use of language.

Check out the author’s site here – Invisibility 

 

 

 

 

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