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Great review for INVISIBILITY by @AndreaCremer and @Loversdiction! 4.5 out of 5 Dust Spirits
“I enjoyed Elizabeth’s spunk and Stephen’s insight-fullness, the fact that they were both REAL characters.  The intricacies of the curses and the world that both authors created was so finely done that it was fascinating to watch as things were revealed piece by piece.  Sometimes I feel that endings are too easy.  Not in terms of writing them or reading them, or even living them, but I feel there are authors that take the easy way out and, despite everything they put their characters through they don’t want to leave them miserable, leave them semi-broken, because who wants to read a book, to live a life, with no happy ending.  But sometimes I think that in the end things aren’t supposed to right themselves, that despite a struggle that’s awful, things don’t turn out movie-perfect in the end, and I think that Andrea and David did that really well in this book, while keeping the hope alive for the characters.”
(via Peace, Love, Teen Fiction: Review-Invisibility)

Great review for INVISIBILITY by @AndreaCremer and @Loversdiction! 4.5 out of 5 Dust Spirits

I enjoyed Elizabeth’s spunk and Stephen’s insight-fullness, the fact that they were both REAL characters.  The intricacies of the curses and the world that both authors created was so finely done that it was fascinating to watch as things were revealed piece by piece.  Sometimes I feel that endings are too easy.  Not in terms of writing them or reading them, or even living them, but I feel there are authors that take the easy way out and, despite everything they put their characters through they don’t want to leave them miserable, leave them semi-broken, because who wants to read a book, to live a life, with no happy ending.  But sometimes I think that in the end things aren’t supposed to right themselves, that despite a struggle that’s awful, things don’t turn out movie-perfect in the end, and I think that Andrea and David did that really well in this book, while keeping the hope alive for the characters.”

(via Peace, Love, Teen Fiction: Review-Invisibility)

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