She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick & The Double Life of Cassiel Roadnight by Jenny Valentine


I really enjoy dystopian adventures. They’re fun, they stretch my imagination, they make me think of what the future holds and they often include a bit of romance. Having said that, it’s always lovely to read books that are different, that are a breath of fresh air. She Is Not Invisible and The Double Life of Cassiel Roadnight are two such books.

No mention of economic doom, wars, chaos or anarchy – these books  are set in the modern world with quirky but real characters coping with unusual, but real situations. From the first page you are drawn in, wondering why the characters are behaving the way they do. That curiosity stays with you until the end – the books are so well put together that you’re never quite sure what is going to happen.  Perfect!

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