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  • Gripping & Exciting!

    Now this is a real psychological treat! My mind has twisted one way and then the other .. Saffyre Maddox is a young woman surrounded by a loving family, but one by one they are diminishing. Outwardly confident, she has clear memories of what happened to her as a ten-year old and there is no doubt it affects her to this day. Owen Pick, on the other hand, has little love in his life and society doesn't give him the same options it offers to Saffyre. But should we all judge by what we see? Definitely a novel which will make you think! How many times have you seen an accused person on tv and thought 'look at him, definitely guilty' without digging into the facts? This is a realistic story with plenty of food for thought. I had no idea who was guilty due to the very clever writing. Lisa Jewell's novels are such a treat to read! There is so much happening that the reader is kept on their toes and at one point I wasn't entirely sure who had done what - and to who! Gripping, exiting and offering a wonderful sense of satisfaction when the final page is reached, I loved everything about this one and cannot recommend it highly enough. Without a doubt, a full five star read!

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  • Compelling

    This was such a compelling read, told from a mix of viewpoints it really considers the judgements we make and how we view our own lives. The characters are a very interesting mix - the troubled seventeen year old, the wary and weary wife and the thirty-something guy who just can’t understand why women can’t relate to him. All offer an interesting insight into the events leading up to and following Valentine’s Day and how easy it is for random events to accumulate to build a whole different picture. This was very original but also thought provoking and I can’t believe how quickly I flew through it!

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  • Invisible Girl

    Slowish start, although gains momentum to an exciting finish

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  • Phenomenally Good!

    Invisible Girl is another top story from the magical pen of Lisa Jewell, one of my favourite authors. Saffyre Maddox is ‘the invisible girl’ through choice. Not wishing to stand out or be noticed, she is trying to come to terms with a traumatic event that happened when she was a child, and with the help of her psychologist, Roan Fours, she is thought to be making some headway. When her therapy ends she feels deserted and forgotten. Cate, Roan's wife, is a physiotherapist but hasn't worked much since she had their children, Georgia and Josh. The family have moved into a rented upmarket flat in leafy Hampstead, London whilst their own house is being repaired. Owen Pick lives opposite the Fours family. In his thirties, living with his aunt and struggling with issues at work, he looks for advice online for those in a similar situation to his. On Valentine's night, Saffyre goes missing and the finger of suspicion from the police and the public points towards geography teacher Owen, a man who happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time... Invisible Girl was a cracking, well-told, unsettling tale, and it certainly held my interest. Told from different perspectives, the characters were fascinating, flawed but believable and I thoroughly enjoyed this riveting and disturbing story. Lisa Jewell has a wonderful knack for writing complex characters that you really care about and this book, Invisible Girl was no exception. With an phenomenally good finale that I couldn't guess, it is well worth a read and I would highly recommend it to fans of Lisa Jewell, or to anyone who enjoys a marvellous, character-driven story. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Random House UK, Cornerstone/ Century via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Invisible girl

    Cannot get enough of her books. A thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat wanting more..

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