Summer in the Invisible City
Sadie wasn’t counting on meeting Sam, a funny and free-t ...more
Summer in the Invisible City by Juliana Romano is a coming of age YA novel that takes place in New York City. I always love reading about my city through the eyes of other people so I’ve been eager to check this one out since I first heard about it. I also feel like the cover is an excellent representation of people who live in NYC (their clothes choices are spot on) and I love the outline of the skyline behind them. The novel follows Sadie, a teen taking a ...more
I was a bit disappointed about the setting of this novel, because I feel like it lacks descriptions. I couldn't imagine where the characters live and I r ...more
Sadie is a 17 year old girl who loves photography. She cares way too much about being cool and popular. She struggles with her past fling with hottie mcboring. She tries to impress her big time asshole art dad. while kindling a very lousy romance with semi cute mcboring. I get it. this book was SUPPOSED to be about a girl finding herself and becoming the person who she wants. Realizing mistakes and moving on. A moving inspirational write. Instead, I g ...more
SO. I was the biggest fan of Juliana Romano's First There Was Forever. After completing it and closing the book's spine, I wanted more. I then went onto Goodreads and saw that this pretty, Summer in the Invisible City, would be releasing. I COULDN'T WAIT to fall back into the world of Romano's contemporary romance writing, and I knew that these kinds of books only come around once in a lifetime. Two days ago, I picked ...more
Every page I read felt really bland. It was like I w ...more
I could see a lot of real life reflecting from the pages of Summer in the Invisible City. It was an easy enjoyable read. Our protagonist Sadie was easi ...more
While this book is a love story.. That is not the main plot like it makes you think.. It's not really about a girl falling in love with a boy. Its about how her and her dad, and making new friends. ...more
The main thing that kept bugging me was how dumb and impressionable the main character was. It was so frustrating and I just wanted to yell at her for being so stupid.
I didn’t feel any attachment to the characters. I honestly didn’t care what happened to them.
The writing style was also a little weird to me. I thought it was really, really simple, and I’m usually not that affected by an author’s writ ...more
This was realistic book about the truth of first times and crushes and friends and high school and being a teenager in general.
In the book, Summer In The Invisible City, Juliana Romano showed what many teenagers go through in the book that relates to teenagers realities today. The book has focused on the viewpoint of a girl named Sadie. Sadie lives in New York City and is almost a Senior in high school.
Sadie is a young photographer who has many hopes and dreams. During the summer she hoped to get to know her father. Her dad lived in California and didn't visit much. During the summer she decided to take an advanced phot...more
Sadie Bell knows exactly what she wants to happen during the summer before her senior year of high school. She is going to befriend the popular girls at her school after bonding during their summer photography class. She is going to see her father for the first time in years and it will be better ...more