INVISIBILITY

Invisibility

I am listening to the audiobook of INVISIBILITY by Andrea Cremer & David Levithan. I listen on my commute, which is about 20-25 minutes each way. I’m at the end of disc 2. Chapter 8 or so. 

This. Book. Is. Incredible.

I am talking to the characters, yelling, pleading with them, freaking out for them. I flip out at the end of each disc and rush to get the next one in my car’s CD player while still trying to stay on the road. The voices are so well done, the alternating POV chapters are absolutely perfect, and I am in love with this book. I am in love with Stephen, the invisible boy. I hope with him, I feel his longing, I am sad with him. I smile when he smiles. I plead with Elizabeth, I laugh at her brother, I scream with her and I don’t even care what the people in the other cars might be thinking. 

It is a struggle to get out of my car, to stop this story, to turn off their voices and put this heart-wrenching tale on hold for another 4 or 9 or 15 hours. If you haven’t read this book yet, you go out and get it RIGHT NOW. Just, be prepared for feels.

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