Friday, July 29, 2011

Perfectly Invisible Book Review

It's Daisy Crispin's final trimester of high school, and she plans to make it count. Her long-awaited freedom is mere months away, and her big plans for college loom in the future. Everything is under control. Or is it? Her boyfriend is treating her like she's invisible, and her best friend is selling bad costume jewelry in the school quad--and hanging out with her boyfriend. To top it off, Daisy's major humiliation for the year will be remembered in the yearbook for all eternity. It's enough to make her wonder if maybe being invisible isn't so bad after all.

With more of the funny-but-too-true writing readers have come to expect from Kristin Billerbeck, Perfectly Invisible shows teen girls that everyone is special--no matter what they're going through.

MY REVIEW-This was the first book I have read by Kristin Billerbeck. I was pleasantly surprised but also disappointed in areas. I didn't realize at first that this was a young adult book. But I still enjoyed reading it:)

It seemed at times that Daisy did a lot of whining and complaining. I understand teenagers do that a lot but it just seemed like it happened quite a bit. Other than that it was a pretty good book. Daisy finds out there are more important things in life than what she thought. A read I would give to teenagers for some good, clean humor and fun.

Available July 2011 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.


mamabunny13 said...

I don't think I could enjoy this book...reading about someone whinning and crying is not my cup of tea.

Josiah said...

Sounds okay although I to do not like reading about people that cry and whine all the time.

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