Book Review: Invisible



Title: Invisible: A Novel
Release Date: April 1, 2013


Ellyn, Sabina and Twila are three women struggling with their identities and self worth. They find their lives intermingling in a small coastal town in Northern California while working to overcome hurts-both physical and emotional-and understand who they are in God’s eyes.

Invisible's subject matter is a group of topics with which women everywhere struggle. Body image and self-worth are not age specific and they are handled well. For some, this book will be encouraging. Ms Yttrup also includes some beautiful quotes from St. Augustine's writing. Dialogue for the characters is really well written but the author goes into far too much detail about the characters' actions in the present tense and in first person. Because of this, I found it took many chapters to become invested in the story as a reader. The style of writing could have been polished a little more prior to publication.

Invisible: A Novel is currently available at Amazon.com in paperback and e-reader formats. 

Disclosure in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : This book was presented to me free of charge by BHPublishingGroup.com without expectation of a positive review. The sentiments expressed here are my own.   

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