Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan

I hope everyone had a great time at TBF on Saturday! I know I sure did. Just because the Festival is over though doesn’t mean that you can’t still check out more books by TBF authors. One book that you should totally get a hold of is Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan.

Stephen has been cursed invisible since he was born – no one has ever seen him in 16 years, not even his mother (recently deceased) or his ever-absent father. That is, until he meets Elizabeth, who’s just moved to NYC, in the hallway of their apartment building – she sees him as plain as day. The only problem is that she doesn’t realize he’s invisible. When she finally does discover that Stephen is invisible, they both decide to try to figure out how to break the curse. But will they ever be able to find a way to do that?

I loved Invisibility. Initially you’re not quite sure how the story is going to turn paranormal/supernatural (although it’s clear it will), but when it finally does, it’s well worth the wait. Stephen and Elizabeth are also really fun to read, and are just plain interesting characters. I especially liked Invisibility because it was really different than either of the authors’ previous novels but still had the best aspects of their other works. I’d recommend Invisibility to fans of Andrea Cremer and David Levithan’s other books, as well as those who enjoy realistic fiction and fantasy, especially urban fantasy. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did!

Happy Reading!

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