Book Review: Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Paranormal Romance / Paranormal Fiction

Age Recommended: 13 and up

An amazing story about the complexity of loving someone who is invisible to the world.




Stephen has been invisible for his entire life so when Elizabeth, his next door neighbor, can see him, he is astounded. Stephen meets her when he knocks over her stuff. Elizabeth yells at him for not helping her pick the things up and that is when Stephen realizes that she can see him.

Elizabeth turns out to be a spellseeker who can see people who have been cursed.

Elizabeth then sets out to help people by removing their curses. She wants to help Stephen but her fellow spellseeker warns her that it’s too dangerous. Maxwell Arbus, Stephen’s grandfather, is the one who has put the curse on Stephen to make him invisible and Elizabeth finds out that the curse is slowly killing Stephen.

The ability to see these terrible curses has taken its toll on Elizabeth and has scarred her for life.

Just when Elizabeth and Stephen think that things are going well – too well – life starts to go awry.

They discover that Maxwell Arbus, who is a cursecaster as well, has come to Stephen’s town to get his final revenge. He makes his way to Stephen, leaving destruction and a trail of curses in his wake.

Will Elizabeth be able to save Stephen before it’s too late?

If you would like to buy this book, you can purchase it here:  Invisibility


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