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    Invisible Girl

    Invisible Girl is the latest story by Lisa Jewell. The Invisible Girl does a lot of jumping around in time and back and forth between three of the main characters. Ms Jewell did an excellent job of meshing the stories together, but in the beginning I did find it a little off putting. Once I got used to the rhythm of the book I really enjoyed it. I want to thank NetGalley and Atria Books for an early copy to review.
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    Kept me guessing until the end!

    Lisa Jewell's latest book had me guessing until the end! Last fall I enjoyed reading her creepy The Family Upstairs, so it only seemed fitting that I read Invisible Girl this year. I'd be okay if it became an annual fall tradition! Invisible Girl is full of deliciously unreliable characters masquerading as people who have their lives together. Jewell doesn't shy away from the seedy, dark underbelly of toxic masculinity, but she also had me questioning everything, unsure if things were as they seemed. They very rarely are. While this is more of a psychological mystery than a thriller, I still couldn't stop turning pages. I read the second half in a few hours, unable to set it down. It's hard to review without giving any spoilers away, but I LOVED that almost every character was unreliable. Jewell always manages to create characters and settings that readers can step right into. It doesn't take long to settle into the story. She also teases the reader with just the right amount of information to keep us reading. How does she do that?? There were a few minor things at the very end that felt like they tied up too conveniently, but I was okay with that. Another good one from Lisa Jewell, easily placing her in the must-read-author category for me. Thank you to Atria Books and Netgalley for the advanced reader's copy!
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    Couldn't put this one down!

    I couldn't put this down! Characters are well defined and I quickly felt involved in the drama of their lives. A posh neighborhood seemed like an ideal place to rent while their house was being rebuilt, but the Fours family, Cate, Roan, Georgina & Josh, have strange neighbors. A sexual predator on the lose, a missing teenage girl, a dysfunctional single male teacher, a dark street- all kept the tension high, the plot moving back and forth with Valentine's Day as its center. So much to discover that I read this in a day. Whew! II volunteered to read an ARC from Atria Books through Net Galley
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