Sunday, July 24, 2011

Perfectly Invisible, Kristin Billerbeck

At first the High school drama was a little more than I could keep up with. In the first few pages I couldn't keep straight all the characters. However, upon reading more I found this to be very well-written for the teenager. It follows closely with the everyday language they are used to and the fast change of topics common to a teenager telling a story.

This story chronicles the senior year of Daisy Crispin. A middle-class girl at a rich kids christian prep school. It is about Daisy finding out what really matters in her life and who really matters. All in all this is a classic coming of age story about a young girl caught in the throes of High school drama. As she sorts through crushes and mishaps, longing to be noticed, and following her dreams a beautiful story of God's plan unfolds.

In the end the story shows how following God is the right way and that things truly do work out for the best.

This was a great novel - really. I was surprised - but pleasantly so.

Thank you Revell for this review copy.

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

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