So invisibility is about a guy named Stephen, who is invisible due to a cures that he knows nothing about. He is pretty much your average guy but you know invisible to everyone(so he thinks) until he meets Elizabeth, a girl who has moved rig...more
Based on the blurb and cover, I went into Invisibility expecting a book like Levithan's Every Day, a contemporary with a hint of the paranormal. I liked the way Every Day offered minimal explanation for the paranormal elements and instead focused on the more existential or philosophical sid...more
Andrea Cremer and David Levithan??? Together???
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---UPDATE: 21st October 2013----
Dear fellows, I am sorry to communicate the only binomial who actually works (and I mean mind-blowing works) is David Levithan - Rachel Cohn.
The first half of the book wasn't actually that bad, but then... Meeeeeeeeeh.
This is probably one of the hugest...more
Paranormal romance written like realistic fiction, but without enough consis...more
The basic plot is intriguing, if not necessarily completely my cup of te...more
Oh yeah, something to look forward again.
I absolutely love, love, love David Levithan and Andrea Cremer so no wonder I will be impatiently waiting for this book. Oh, 2013 come already! ;D
First off, let me just say that I had very high expectations for this book. The cover looks pretty cool, the whole idea about the invisible boy meets girl, girl can see boy, hidden magical world, spells and curses. I was hooked. But then I began reading and the first third of the book was actually pretty great. I liked reading about Stephen and Elizabeth meeting and their friendship growing and eventually turning into a very strong relationship...more
Rating: 4.3 stars
By: Andrea Cremer and David Levithan
Invisibility truly exceeded my expectations; I just happened to see "David Levithan" on the front and was like, Yep I'm reading this. So anyways, Invisibility had the whole, "OMG! You can see me! Fall for her! Do all sorts of wizardy crap and fight for her to the brink of death! I die, zombie magic, Happily ever after!" Yeah it had the first half, (it was almost like insta-love) but then it added this whole new twist I sho...more
I would love to be invisible for a day. I mean, I get super excited just thinking about all of the people I could harass and/or stalk...I’d be invisible,
This is why I...more
ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT
Stephen has lived his whole being invisible to every one without knowing exactly why. When he is a young teen, his mother dies and he exists in New York City, the perfect place to be unseen. That is until a new girl moves into his apartment building and shocks him to his very core. Elizabeth can see him and although she has major family and attitude issues, Stephen starts to fall for her. As the pair become closer and closer,...more
The curse thing was kind of cheesy, but I liked the way they had two different authors doing two different people. That gained it a star. I don't think I would recommend it to another person or read on in the series if there's another book.
Stephen is cursed, he’s been invisible his whole life --- because of a spell his grandfather, a powerful cursecaster, placed on Stephen’s mother before he was born. Growing up in NYC, in an apartment on the Upper West side, Stephen watches the millions of lives going on around him every day, and longs...more
My name is Stephen. I have been invisible since the day I was born. I've never...more
What started out as what I thought would be an interesting exploration of being invisible and, on the other side, loving someone no one else knows exists, turned out to be a really gripping magic-filled adventure. Stephen and Elizabeth both have very strong voices, and though at first I was concentrating mostly on Stephen's story, especially since he started out the narration, I slid easily with the shift of importance to...more
But this is not just a paranormal romance. Once Stephen and Elizabeth begin to explore the reasons for his invisibility and why she is the only one who can see him...more
As it started, the book kind of reminded me of 'Every Day'. But, as I got farther into it, I noticed the differences.
The most amazing thing about this book was the emotions. For me, the emotions felt so real and they captivated me. They brought you into the story. A story that starts off with an invisible boy and his curse. A story that grows into one that connects many different people.
Stephen and Elizabeth have different lives....more
I would have liked to have seen more time spent on the aspects of invisibility, living invisibly, and its subsequent change when we enter into relationships. It started out that way. But...more
I enjoyed the first hal...more
This book follows stephen- a boy who has been invisible his whole life, and Elizabeth, a girl who has just moved to new york with her brother and mother- and first ever and the only person who actually see stephen.
This book was interesting, the plot was okay but...more
The first part was good, but it was only good for five minutes. The first chapter was cute and sympathetic, and the next few chapters were puppy-love romantic and compelling. I mean, the only person who can see through your invisibility is a cute girl your age? That's not a coincidence! At least fate was good to Stephen and gave her a sixteen-year-old girl instead of a fifty-year-old pedophile. Anywa...more
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Andrea has always loved writing and has never stopped writing, but she only recently plunged into the deep end of the pool that is professional writing. Before she wrote her first novel, Andrea was a history professor at...more