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Book Review: Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell

Huge thank you to Cornerstone, Penguin Random House for my advance copy of this one!

Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell

Genre: Thriller, Mystery

BUG Rating: 4.5/5

Overall: I whizzed through Invisible Girl, Lisa Jewell’s upcoming book out in August, in ONE night – Friends, you will not want to miss this one! 📆 

I really REALLY enjoyed this (psychological) thriller! It was actually my first read by Jewell and it really didn’t disappoint. Her writing style reminded me a bit of a cross between Robert Bryndza and Lucy Foley. I’ll definitely be checking out some of her backlist 👏🏻

Invisible Girl was everything I needed right now, it was dark, suspenseful, perfectly paced with a unique, addictive, and just plain engrossing premise! LOVED LOVED LOVED IT ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫

💭 Lisa Jewell fans, which book should I pick up next? Name your faves 🖤👇🏻👇🏻


LONDON: On a fine avenue of grand houses, big cars and electronic gates, lies a neglected urban wasteland.

It is nearly midnight, and very cold. Yet in this dark place of long grass and tall trees where cats hunt and foxes shriek, a girl is waiting…

When Saffyre Maddox was ten something terrible happened and she’s carried the pain of it around with her ever since. The man who she thought was going to heal her didn’t, and now she hides from him, invisible in the shadows, learning his secrets; secrets she could use to blow his safe, cosy world apart.

Owen Pick is invisible too. He’s thirty-three years old and he’s never had a girlfriend, he’s never even had a friend. Nobody sees him. Nobody cares about him.

But when Saffyre Maddox disappears from opposite his house on Valentine’s night, suddenly the whole world is looking at him. Accusing him. Holding him responsible.

Because he’s just the type, isn’t he? A bit creepy?

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