The Invisibles by Cecilia Galante | Review

The Invisibles starts, as my literature professor would demand me to call, ‘in medias res.’ You jump right into the story, and as it progresses we find out that something has happened those years ago that the protagonist hasn’t fully dealt with. What it is you won’t find out until the end of the story, but as you get deeper into the story you start to crave the answer to this question. It’s this answer that has you turning pages faster and faster, until you finally finds the answer you’re looking for (bonus points: the answer is most definitely not a letdown!). The characters were well-developed. The flashbacks to when they were in high school were welcome insights to how much the girls have changed…

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