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Play and even makes friends with bouncy Gabby and chocolate loving Liam But can she stand up to the school bully and is she strong enough to face the truth about what really happened to her dad.. I really liked this book It was a nice story that helped me get out of my Ebook slumpThe story deals with bullying making new friends and parent death in a way that many will be able to connect with While these are serious topics it doesn t come across as a depressing wow is this bleak kind of book I thought it was rather heartwarming how Jazmine comes out of her shell and stands up for herselfJazmine was an interesting main character She claims she s had no feelings since her father died but it s obvious that she is in a lot of pain She is so lonely that she becomes friends with Shalini the school bully who honestly treats Jazmine like crap and calls her deaf girl Shalini was completely despicable I wanted to try and knock some sense into her There was not a drop of goodness in this character which kind of disappointed me I like antagonists who aren t completely evil but who are human Shalini was of a devil However it s explained what caused her to become so malevolent and that kind of satisfied me Kind ofAnd Mrs Fraser was the most awesome teacher ever Gosh I adored her I loved how she took Jazmine under her wing and helped her spread her wingsI also loved the Secret Garden references Jazmine seems like she is based off of Mary Lennox and it s hinted in the book I LOVED Secret Garden as a kid so it was a nice elementNow the book did have a couple editing mistakes but I ve come to expect that with indie My rule is that if it doesn t interefere with the story I won t mark down for it Thankfully the few mistakes in here did notSo all together it was a great story that I really enjoyed Oh and it s free Just a little added perkThis review can be found on

free read í eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Cecily Anne Paterson

Invisible Invisible #1

Jazmine Crawford doesn't make decisions She doesn't make choices She doesn't make friends Jazmine Crawford only wants one thing to be invisible For Jazmine it's a lot easier Invisible Invisible P. This is Ms Paterson s first published is that right Wow She has set the bar very high for herself What did I like about this book I liked the plot I liked the themes I liked the characters I liked the ending I was drawn from beginning to end what could one expect Invisible is a coming of age story about a young girl in Australia who is hearing impaired who s father died when she was younger she has no friends very low self confidence and she is being bullied at school That s a lot to deal with but the writer does so in a very straightforward and believable manner The writing was so good that I am amazed this is a first novel Well done Ms Paterson I look forward to reading your next book

Cecily Anne Paterson ´ 3 characters

DF to take out her hearing aid and drift along pretending that nothing's wrong than it is to admit that she's heartbroken She starts to come out of her shell when she's forced to be in the school. This is a moving and believable journey of a young girl who is partly deaf Struggling with the death of her father feeling isolated at school bullied and lonely she finds a friend in one of her teachers who shows her that she has much to offer the world When Liam a boy at school begins to notice her as well her whole life changes and she discovers who she really is


10 thoughts on “Invisible Invisible #1

  1. says:

    Oh my my Let me gather the wordsThis book is just plain fantastic wonderful amazing mesmerizing Just wowFrom the first word to the very last word it was sheer magic I fell in love with the world Paterson created or rather I fell in love with JazmineThe author has not just weaved the story so beautifully but her words are utter perfection She pens down feelings into words so that you can see those feelings visualize them breathe

  2. says:

    It was goodJazmin had gone through a lotbut heyshe survivedMy favourite character was GabbyI'm just like her

  3. says:

    This is Ms Paterson's first published is that right? Wow She has set the bar very high for herself What did I like about this book? I liked the plot I liked the themes I liked the characters I liked the ending I was drawn from beginning to end what could one expect Invisible is a coming of age story about a young girl in Australia

  4. says:

    This is a moving and believable journey of a young girl who is partly deaf Struggling with the death of her father feeling isolated at school bullied and lonely she finds a friend in one of her teachers who shows her that she has much to offer the world When Liam a boy at school begins to notice her as well her whole life changes

  5. says:

    This story was different to me in some ways It involved aspects I'd never read about before like the main character having a disability and the fact that the setting is Australia With that said it was both intriguing and refreshing to experience somethingout of the ordinary to meJazmine had a lot to deal with; she lost h

  6. says:

    Today I'm officially brave which is what you are when you're scared but you still show upI came across INVISIBLE while perusing a few weeks ago it was and currently still is available as a free ebook Seeing as it was1 a young adult bookand2 written by an indie authorI knew I had to check it out as I am an indie YA author too I wasn'

  7. says:

    I really liked this book It was a nice story that helped me get out of my Ebook slumpThe story deals with bullying making new friends and parent death in a way that many will be able to connect with While these are serious topics it doesn't come across as a depressing wow is this bleak kind of book I thought it was rather

  8. says:

    I’ve had a string of bad books and I’m glad to say this might have broken that string I really enjoyed this bookJazmine was a girl that touches your heart instantly I knew a few people in highs school like her They were completely fine blending in with the crowd I think her transformation from wall flower to someone who stands up for herself was done wonderfully Mrs Fraser was probably my favorite characte

  9. says:

    With a thirteen year old protagonist this book is a little juvenile than most of the contemporary books that I read; however I did actually enjoy it Paterson nails the early teen mentality with all of its anxiet

  10. says:

    Calling all YA book lovers This is a truly wonderful book The main character Jaz starts of super uiet to herself and uniue As the so

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