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A World Invisible

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3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  4 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Over one summer, in London, Oxford and the Lake District, twenty-year-old Rebecca becomes obsessed by images of vines and meets an enigmatic stranger; she breaks a code, uncovers elements of a key, finds she has fairy ancestry, half falls in love - twice - and learns the weight of responsibility.
Paperback, 284 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by FeedARead.com (first published March 1st 2008)
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Jaime
Here we are somewhere between Pullman's His dark materials and Kostova's The historian. Except that at 253 pages and with a medium sized font, A world invisible is beach reading, rather than something that will take you all winter.

The gist is that a starving artist's art has gotten out of her control. She meets tall-dark-and-handsome (also an artist, but not starving) in an art museum. Turns out they are distant cousins, and will she please help him save the world? A third distant cousin -- sta...more
Anne
Apr 29, 2010 Anne rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Anne by: anneb10@yahoo.com
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England was created for one purpose: to hide the seven objects that were clues to the location of the door to a parallel world. Three cousins - Rebecca, Michael, and Connor - must solve the puzzle of the items to prevent this other world from spilling into ours. Misdirection and surprises are around every corner as they must find the door and stop it from opening. In the course of their journey, they discover some surprising insights into their shared an...more
Jennifer
This was a very interesting story based on a secret being kept in a family for over one hundred years. It involves solving a puzzle of sorts, and three cousins, who are sought out by one of them, use their talents to find the pieces of the puzzle to solve the family secret. The story itself is a fantasy story, but the premise is a very interesting theory none the less. I also enjoyed reading about all of the art history that was involved in the cousins' search for clues to solving the puzzle. Th...more
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