Friday, May 16, 2014

2014 book 105

Marcus Sedgwick's She's Not Invisible
Yesterday was one of those days where I started about four different books, and felt MEH about all of them. Very frustrating. So today I thought I'd try this one, and luckily the narrative voice drew me right in. It's about a British teenager taking her little brother to try and find their (missing) father in New York--without any adult permission or supervision. We also find out very early on that she relies on her brother for a particular reason, but I didn't remember the description and found that to be an interesting surprise, so won't spoil it here. Anyway, I really enjoyed this and need to check out more books by Sedgwick. A-.

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