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Calling Invisible Women by Jeanne Ray
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What would you do if you woke up and found yourself invisible. Literally not metaphorically. Would you be depressed or find a way to make your invisibility useful in society? This is where 50 year old Clover finds herself. I've loved all of Jeanne Ray's books. They are funny quick reads. I also love how she gives depth to her over 50 characters, making them more then aging cliches. This book was a bit slow (perhaps because the prime voice was coming from an introspective main character). But I would still recommend it.
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Melinda I love Jeanne Ray! Maybe because she is a nurse, and writes about middle-aged people in love in a realistic but romantic way. I heard and saw her daughter, Ann Patchett speak at Herbst once and she talked a little about her mom. Just finished State of Wonder, a great book too.


Laura Siegel Funny! I had no idea that Anne Patchett was her daughter.


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