Invisible by Cecily Anne Paterson

Invisible

By Cecily Anne Paterson

  • Release Date: 2013-01-17
  • Genre: Fiction
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 18 Ratings
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Description

Jazmine Crawford doesn’t make decisions. She doesn’t make choices. She doesn’t make friends. Jazmine Crawford only wants one thing: to be invisible. For Jazmine, it’s a lot easier to take out her hearing aid and drift along pretending that nothing’s wrong than it is to admit that she’s heartbroken about her dad dying. She’s been drifting and ignoring her over-worried mum for four years now.
When bad girl Shalini and her mates adopt Jazmine, she quickly finds herself involved in more than she can handle. Sitting in disgrace in the principal’s office, Jazmine is offered a choice: help drama teacher Miss Fraser in the upcoming production of The Secret Garden or face a four week suspension.
It’s Miss Fraser who clinches the decision. “I believe in you Jazmine,” she says. “I know you can do this.” And Jazmine, terrified, disbelieving and elated all at the same time, joins the play.
For a while it’s all good. Drama star and chocolate lover Liam is friendly and Jazmine realises that making friends, talking to her mother and feeling her emotions isn’t as scary as she thought. In a final happy twist of fate, acting diva Angela quits the play and with only a week to go, Miss Fraser asks Jazmine to take on the main role of Mary.
But then Shalini returns from her suspension. She’s out for payback, and she has just the ammunition she needs to force Jazmine to quit the play and go back to her old ways.
Will Jazmine be confident enough to stand up for herself against Shalini? Will Liam still like her if he finds out who she really is? And does she have the strength to face the truth about her father’s suicide?

Reviews

  • invisible

    4
    By crazyisarequirement
    A fabulous and honest read. I loved the characters and truly understood the range of emotions. Jazmine was a very believable character and at times, I wished I could take her aside and give her counsel. Her journey is a great example of how making good choices and standing up for yourself is always a good idea.
  • Cool book !!!!

    5
    By Briar boo
    Cool book it's really good with twists and good describing words !!!!
  • Invisible

    4
    By Arimijgab
    Short sweet and to the point. I would read this with my 8th grade students.

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