Invisible Me

Invisible Me SOLO MEDALIST WINNER IN THE YOUNG ADULT CATEGORY OF THE NEW APPLE BOOK AWARDS From the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae mystery series comes a story of friendship lies spying

  • Title: Invisible Me
  • Author: Debbi Mack
  • ISBN: 9780982950890
  • Page: 426
  • Format: ebook
  • SOLO MEDALIST WINNER IN THE YOUNG ADULT CATEGORY OF THE 2015 NEW APPLE BOOK AWARDS From the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae mystery series comes a story of friendship, lies, spying, and the confusing feelings of an adolescent outcast Military brat and albino, 13 year old Portia Maddox, has bounced from school to school, always an outsider So when DenisSOLO MEDALIST WINNER IN THE YOUNG ADULT CATEGORY OF THE 2015 NEW APPLE BOOK AWARDS From the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae mystery series comes a story of friendship, lies, spying, and the confusing feelings of an adolescent outcast Military brat and albino, 13 year old Portia Maddox, has bounced from school to school, always an outsider So when Denise Laughton, the most popular girl in the seventh grade, asks for her help in exchange for an invite to Denise s big birthday party, Portia jumps at the chance to go However, Portia must spy on Randy, Denise s boyfriend, to find out whether he s cheating on her.Portia s spying unearths a tangled web of duplicity, hidden agendas and family secrets And when Portia s budding friendship with social outcast Judy and her feelings for Randy interfere with her plans to endear herself to Denise, Portia must decide who her real friends are.

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    About “Debbi Mack

    • Debbi Mack

      Debbi Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae Mystery Series She s also published a young adult novel called INVISIBLE ME and a thriller entitled THE PLANCK FACTOR.Debbi s a Derringer nominated short story writer, whose work has been published in various anthologies She also writes screenplays and is interested in filmmaking.Debbi hosts a podcast called the Crime Cafe, in which she interviews crime, suspense, and thriller authors debbimack crime cafe Debbi enjoys reading, movies, travel, baseball, walking and espresso not necessarily in that order She and her husband live in Columbia, MD, with their family of cats.

    574 thoughts on “Invisible Me

    • The premise of Invisible Me was good, and had the potential to tackle a lot of issues which I could have personally identified with. However I didn't feel like I really got to know Portia before the story started moving. It felt a bit rushed, I would have liked to spend some time finding out more about how Portia felt about herself and her life, how she was treated at school before the "popular girl" suddenly started paying attention to her. When that did happen, Portia seemed to take it quite m [...]


    • I just finished the book and am not sure how I want to review it. I could hardly put the book down due to the author's craft of keeping the reader wanting to know the answer to the newest mystery. Yet the book was not spectacular. I really don't mean that as a negative statement. This was a solid five star YA book.I do believe middle school and high school girls will devour it as I did. I just fell in love with the main character, Portia and admired her terribly. I felt sorry for the predicament [...]


    • Well articulated!Surely, this amazing tale is well articulated by the author. The writing style and dazzling descriptions were superb. Certainly, the life of Portia is well shaped through the various twist and turns created by the plot. The characters were astounding and realistic. I never imagine a book about teenagers would be so fun!


    • Friendships.I enjoyed this Young Adult novel, although I was not a fan of the narration, which was strangely staccato. Once I managed to adjust to this, however, I found I was rooting for the unusual albino lead character, Portia, even though she had a huge chip on her shoulder.Portia has travelled from school to school all her life, being the daughter of a military man. The added complication of her unusual appearance has left her pretty negative about friendships, she doesn't expect any and do [...]


    • Good Story!I dont read many YA book because I often dont feel connected to the protagonist. However that was not true with this book. I felt a deep connection to this "outsider" having felt different or misunderstood in my own life. What I really enjoyed about this book was the way people opened up and communicated face to face with each other. One does not see this very often and it was quiet refreshing. The performance was great, very expressive and true to the way I felt the main character wo [...]


    • This is an excellent read. Even though it is a teen book, I feel that people of all ages would truly enjoy this book. It deals with issues of he said /she said. As well as jealousy and judging a book by its cover. It also covers bullying. We all have our hidden secrets and our own burdens to carry. We want to share them with someone but feel like we just can't because we feel shame. But if we could just trust in someone. A friend, a new friend, then a who new world opens up to us and it doesn't [...]


    • The story is interesting, in many ways it deals with typical teen-aged drama but with Portia having albinism and moving all the time it adds more difficulty and social challenges than most people experience when trying to fit in.There is a lot going on in the story with each teenager having their own problems and not knowing who they can talk to. In typical teenage fashion some things are handled well, some poorly and others in ridiculous and convoluted ways.The narration was a challenge for me. [...]


    • Delightful coming of age story! I loved the main character and was taken back to middle school and all of my friends. It is so interesting looking at adult issues through teen's eyes as well as the most compassionate response of the main character to her parents and friends. While the story was entertaining and fun - I could see how parents/teens could learn so much from reading this book. I read straight through and enjoyed so much - a good read.


    • Invisible Me broaches some of the toughest topics kids face. Moving, making friends, dealing with bullying, divorce, romance, what is right and wrong, etc. However, it has a few flaws that makes it a book to be cautious with. Portia, the 13 year old main character of this story, is the narrator. Because of her dad's job, her family has to move a lot, which is tough enough as it is. To make things worse, Portia is an albino, so kids tend to mock her or be afraid of befriending her. Portia is cold [...]


    • I thought this book had great potential in the beginning. The story line was interesting, the characters were nice, but alas, the ending was unspeakable. It was like going upwards on a rollercoaster, expecting the steepest downward slope, except only arriving on the top and finding the ride to be over. The story could have taken a different route in the end. Overall, not a badly written book. Had some typos and errors.



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