Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell

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This review is Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell. One of my favorite ways to rest is by curling up with a good book. Like movies and music, all genres appeal to me, and I give all books a chance to be ‘heard’!

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Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell

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Lisa Jewell delivers another suspenseful thriller with her latest novel, Invisible Girl.

The story follows a few characters – a middle-aged man named Owen Pick, the Fours family, and teenager Saffyre Maddox – that live in the same vicinity. Their lives are intertwined though none of them know it right away. It is slowly revealed after the disappearance of Saffyre.

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Owen is a recluse living with his aunt and has been recently suspended from his teaching job for allegations of sexual misconduct. Across the street lives the Fours family: Roan, Cate, and their two children Josh and Georgia. Roan is a child psychologist and Cate is a physiotherapist. The family is keenly aware of their strange neighbor, Owen, and he, in turn, is cautious of them. Saffyre Maddox was once a patient of Owen’s and is slightly obsessed with him to the point of following him.

When Saffyre goes missing, Owen is accused of being responsible for it. However, Cate knows something is wrong and goes searching for the truth even if the truth lies dangerously close to home and could destroy her family.

Lisa Jewell tells this story from the various perspectives of the main characters. Each narrative adds to the complexity of the mystery and leaves the reader guessing who did what to whom and when. It’s a quick read with short chapters. I gave it four out of five stars.

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Hi, I’m Brandi, the writer and creator of Being Fibro Mom and My Fibro Journal. Aside from my work on Being Fibro Mom, I run a group called Fibro Parenting on Facebook. I've been writing for the Fibromyalgia Magazine since 2016 and recently became the Secretary and Fibro & Families program director for International Support Fibromyalgia Network. Facebook-+-Twitter-+-Instagram

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