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Invisible (The Twixt #2)

4.1 of 5 stars 4.10  ·  rating details  ·  174 ratings  ·  42 reviews
Some things lie beneath the surface.


With the power to change everything.

Joy Malone wants it all—power, freedom and the boyfriend who loves her. Yet when an unstoppable assassin is hired to kill her, Joy learns that being the girl with the Sight comes with a price that might be too high to pay. Love will be tested, lives will be threatened, and everyone Joy kno
Paperback, 380 pages
Published September 30th 2014 by Harlequin Teen
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Emily (Falling for YA)
After I finished Indelible I couldn’t wait to return to the world of the Twixt. It reminded me of a combination between Spirited Away by Hayao Miyazaki and a faerie world. Invisible made all that waiting worthwhile!

Invisible begins with a bang, after the events in Indelible Joy is protected by an edict from the council and the council wants to talk. The problem is Joy is being attacked irregardless of the edict by a knight bent on killing her. It is only with the help of Ink, Inq, and the Balliw
Nov 30, 2014 Lily is currently reading it
I loved indelible! This one looks even better! If you haven't read indelible you need to its crazy and beautiful! I can't wait to read this one!
Danielle (is trying to escape reality)
3.5 stars ;)

This series is an interesting take on fey and all that encompasses that. It's a solid series so far. The romance between Ink and Joy is refreshing and wonderful; the cast of characters is really vibrate and unique; and there are lots of lessons to be learned and a decent plot.

If you like fey books or want to read something in the fantasy realm that doesn't have a love triangle, give these a shot.
First, let me start by saying this book was better than the first. My love for the twixt and ink and even joy, who is my favorite character though she annoys me sometimes (which I will explain later), has grown a million times in Invisible. This wonderful sequel surpassed all my expectations and makes me want more! NOW!! :)

Dawn Metcalf has created an original world that is full of wonderfully scary, weird and imaginative creatures. The Twixt world is one I love to lose myself in often. My copy o
Nicole Hewitt
This review and many others can be found on my blog - Feed Your Fiction Addiction

I think I’m in love with Dawn Metcalf. Honestly, I don’t know where she comes up with these books, but I love them! They have the types of magical creatures that we’re used to from faery books, but then Metcalf adds this whole new layer with the Signaturae, the symbols that connect the human world to the Twixt. I know, it sounds a bit confusing (and it can be a bit in the first book), but I’m in love with the idea a
Bieke {Istyria book blog}

Istyria book blog ~ B's world of enchanted books

Seriously, what is up with sequels nowadays? When did they become more than just set-ups for an epic finale? This is the second sequel I've read in a row and neither suffered from the Second-Book-Syndrome. That's a very good thing, but my poor heart can't take this many feels!

I'll keep this spoiler free for both books, so I'll just go straight to telling you what I liked and disliked. This'll probably be a shorter review than normal. When I read In
Delightfully dark, wonderfully creepy, and adorably romantic, Invisible was an absolutely amazing sequel that was even better than the first. It had twists, turns, and unexpected surprises and it all kept me on the edge of my seat. I was hooked from start to finish and I absolutely loved every bit of it.

Joy continued to grow in this book. Thrown into the world of the Twixt, she had to figure out how to survive. She made mistakes. Mistakes that occasionally made me want to smack her upside the he
I thought this book was great. I got this as a giveaway and though I did not read the first one I was still able to follow along. I would love to read the first book now though!

I love the main character, Joy, because she is such a brave girl considering how new she is to everything. She just takes things as they come.

I loved the characters Ink and Inq. Ink seems to live the way I would imagine anyone would when brought in and out into the human world. He knows so much, yet he still longs to be
Amber Sok
This is a 2.5 rating, but I rounded it up because I'm nice.

I am utterly on the fence about this book. There were moments that I was just utterly bored out of my mind and there were other parts that I couldn't get enough of. So much of it felt unnecessary and there was a lot of tell, but not nearly enough show. While I understand the importance of making sure that I'm caught up with everything that's going on, OH GOSH did I get tired of reading all the recaps from the last book, supposedly hidden
Wow! That ending! When does the next book come out?!

OK, I guess I should back track.
This book starts out at a run with some serious action. Joy continues to grow and while she sometimes annoyed me, I could appreciate it because she felt like a real teenager to me (and honestly teenagers can be annoying sometimes). I was absolutely smitten by Ink's development, but I loved that he managed to still be true to his scribe/folk-ness.

The assassin hired to kill Joy provides a lot of action and moves
I received this ARC from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review, I was in no way compensated for this review.

Invisible is Dawn Metcalf's second novel in the Twixt series. At least I think it's a series, maybe a trilogy...only time will tell. And just as the first book was this one was equally exciting!

I feel like now I have a better understanding of the Folk world or the Twist as it's called. Things suddenly became more clear to me as I read this one. I was able to understa
First off let me say that I LOVED the first book! If you haven't read it you must, because it's beautiful!

When I received the advanced copy in the mail I put aside the other books I was reading so I could read this right away!

When I started reading I wasn't sure what else could happen to Joy but Metcalf surprised me with all sorts of plot twists and an ending that I had to red twice to grasp my head around! This book is beautifully written and I loved all of the twists and turns that left me fru
This is the second book in the Twixt series and this series should be read in order. I think it is important here not just for character development but for world building as well.

I enjoyed most of the book and liked that Joy grows and finds her own inner strength and saves herself rather than relying on others constantly. Her behavior before that frustrated me but at the same time I also can see that it was purposeful to highlight her growth. Still, some of the things she did left me shaking my
Invisible is the second book of the Twixt series by Dawn Metcalf, and I can assure you, it certainly lived up to its predecessor. It can get very intense at times and I often found myself shouting at the characters. Joy's brother Stef is finally introduced, but Joy's parents play a lesser role than before. At the end of the previous book it seemed like everything was settled and there were no more problems to be straightened out, that is far from the truth. Joy and her friend Monica test the bou ...more
The world of the Twixt that Dawn Metcalf created in her series is so different, so imaginative, a little bit creepy, but absolutely wonderful. And INVISIBLE returns readers to that magical world, to characters who are unusual, beautiful, bizarre, and whose motives are most often unknown, complex, and potentially sinister.

This second installment in the series picks up a few months after the events in INDELIBLE. While things first appear to have settled down for Joy Malone, it’s a calm that is sho
Skye (Skye's Scribblings)

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4.5 Stars

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Fantasy
Rating: Older Teen (heavy sensuality, violence, minor gore, tense situations)
Told: Third Person Singular (Joy), Past Tense
Format Read: ARC (author)

Why I Read It: I absolutely loved Indelible (even more the second time I read it!), so I was excited to return to the world of the Twixt!

Series: This is Book 2 in The Twixt series, and picks up not long after Book 1. Much of the world and happenings o
Shelley aka Gizmo's Reviews
**I received this E-book for free from NetGalley/Harlequin Teen in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

*Genre* Young Adult Paranormal Romance
*Rating* 3.5-4

*My Thoughts*

"Sometimes we must chose immediately unpleasant things in order to prevent greater unpleasantness." Ink

Indelible introduced readers to Dawn Metcalf's world of the Twixt, and her protagonist Joy Malone. Joy is a human who has the Sight which means she can see the
Ange (MarmaladeLibby of Libby Blog) Schmelzer
An assassin has been hired to kill Joy, and it has become very obvious that surviving with Sight is becoming harder and harder. Can she keep her heart in tact while also keeping her new status she's found in the Twixt?

My thoughts: From the moment I slipped into this second book, it was like I was cuddling in my favorite PJ's! I just love these characters and everything about their wild world they live in.

Ink and Joy were just as lush and velvet-like as a couple as I remember them from before. P
Bruna Bellini
Once again, it was a great reading!
The story is really catchy and so full of mysteries all the time.
Although Joy was kind of annoying on this book, because she was so stubborn and even selfish, but atleast, she come to her sense, in the end.
I think the dialogs between her and her dad and her best friend, Monica, too forced!
So, when they show up in the book, it's always boring.
I love how Joy and Ink's relationship unrolls. They discovering the feelings and discovering each other.
Ink is a great
Carrie Robinson padula
I like this book. I have to admit that I will need to review the first book again to understand some of what was happening in this book. I enjoy the plots and characters. However, I am hoping the third installment will grab my attention a bit more.
I love the world of the Twixt. LOVE it! And I was so excited to go back there with Joy and Ink and the rest of this very interesting cast of characters. This particular book was, I felt, more Joy's story than anyone else. She sort of comes into her own, makes her own mistakes and triumphs, and I was definitely thrown at the end of the book when it's revealed how she has the Sight and is able to wield the scalpel that Ink gave her. Although it makes perfect sense, it was still a surprise to me. I ...more
I LOVED it all!!

Metcalf really outdid herself this time around. The story development, the character development! It was a really great read. I cant wiat to read the next book!

Corey Henio
This series gets better and better from start to finish. I so can't wait for the next one.
I really cannot get enough of the world of Twixt and Joy and Ink. This book has all the wondrous scary monsters of the Other Than, the same friends but it has much more romance than the first book. Joy continues to vacillate between the human world, the world of Twixt and having both. In this story she discovers how her abilities are growing and just how her decisions will affect not only her family, her love but the world around her. Ink is one of my favorite paranormal males ever and it is a d ...more
Kim (Book Swoon)
Full review 01-08-15
4.5 Stars!

Invisible will lure you into the dark, dangerous, and enchanting world of the Twixt where the hidden world of the Fae comes to life.

With this second story of the Twixt, author Dawn Metcalf once again delighted me with her Fae creatures and all the strange inhabitants of the Faerie realm. Many who would be happily found alongside a Grimm tale. I loved how they are creepy and compelling at the same time, and this time around Joy Malone finds the members of the Twixt h
This was a Goodreads First Reads book.

Invisible (The Twixt: Book Two) is a paranormal romance novel written by Dawn Metcalf.

Most books (that I have read, at least) are written so that a person can follow what is happening without having read other books in the series. This cannot be said of Invisible, I was lost throughout most of this book. For example, terms like signatura and lehman are used, but not defined or even clear from context.

I did not enjoy reading Invisible (The Twixt: Book Two) b
Noelle Walsh
This book was good. I enjoyed reading it. The twists and turns kept me interested and wanting to keep reading to the end. I'd definitely recommend it!

*won on GoodReads First Reads*
Brittany Perry
OMG OMG this was so engrossing. I swear the last half of the book made me want to just fall over and cry. Oh my heart did backflips and cartwheels. Oh um no spoilers okay but wow it was an emotional roller coaster I just finished and I have all this energy because I feel giddy. The romance is so hard hitting and real like well except that Ink is a guy with 0 experience with girls. Wowness though.
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It was a good book, although it lagged in some parts. Joy was a good character for the most part but she did become really annoying towards the middle. She was selfish, stubborn and didn't care about consequences. This changed towards the end. I loved Ink through out the whole thing and I loved the ending. The books plot was interesting but some parts didn't make to much sense until later. Cant wait to read the next book.
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I have no good excuse for the way I write. I lived in a normal, loving, suburban home, studied hard, went to college, went to graduate school, got married, had babies, and settled down in north
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