Book review: Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell


Invisible Girl is a novel similar to Lisa Jewell’s other novels in which characters are intertwined and end up with connections by the end of the novel.

A young girl disappears after being seen on the night of February 14th.

The novel follows several characters from the street where Saffrye was last seen before she disappeared.

Owen Pick is a teacher in his 30s who has never had a girlfriend and lives with his aunt. Owen was the last person to see Saffyre.

Cate and Roan are renting a place across from Owen while their house is being finished. They are uncomfortable with Owen, and their daughter thinks he followed her home one night.

Interestingly enough, Saffrye used to be one of Roan’s patients in his child psychology practice.

How all these characters are related will keep you flipping the pages to find out!

My Thoughts:

I’m a sucker for all Lisa Jewell books. I have not read one of her books that I didn’t like.

This book did start a little slow for me, but it picked up really quick once all of the characters were established.

I really enjoyed this book as I did for all of her other books. Lisa Jewell has an art for developing characters and connecting the characters in an introspective and clever way! Another hit from this author!

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