Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Blog Tour: Perfectly Invisible (Review)

Life after high school is so close . . . and yet so very far away.

It's Daisy Crispin's final semester 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 making her sell bad costume jewelry in the school quad--and hanging out with her boyfriend. To top it off, Daisy's major humiliation of 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.

Can Daisy get her life back on track? Or is she stuck in this town forever?

What I Thought
I like Kristin Billerbeck's writing style. It's light, fun and appealing to young women.

I think lots of people, regardless of their age, will relate to Daisy's life-trials (especially being remembered in the yearbook for your biggest "humiliation."

What I like about Billerbeck's writing is that I can hand this book to a youth in my "circle of influence" and then maybe have a "so what do you think" or "what would you do" conversation - and it's easy and breazy, because we're "just talking about a book."

If you are looking for something safe and fun, with a faith-basis, to pass along to a teen reader, then I highly recommend this book. But be forewarned. You might be tempted to read it first!

About The Author
Kristin Billerbeck is the bestselling, award-winning author of several novels, including What a Girl Wants and Perfectly Dateless.

A Christy Award finalist and two-time winner of the American Christian Fiction Writers Book of the Year, Billerbeck has appeared on The Today Show and has been featured in the New York Times. She lives with her family in northern California. You can read more about her at:

Online Resources
Read an online excerpt at Revell here!
Buy it at Amazon here!

About Revell, The Publisher
Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, offers practical books that bring the Christian faith to everyday life.  They publish resources from a variety of well-known brands and authors, including their partnership with MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and Hungry Planet. For more information, 

Note: As a freelance journalist, I was provided a copy of this book by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. This review was not influenced by a free book - just in case you (or the FTC) were worried about this detail.

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