Monday, May 18, 2015

She’s Not Invisible

She’s Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick is a curious book for young adults. 

On the surface, it’s a thriller-mystery. Dig deeper and it’s about a blind heroine making it in the world ruled by sight. Dig some more, and it’s a philosophical treaty about the nature of coincidence and patterns. I found that the blurb, which talked about a raven and dried mice, didn’t do the book justice.


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