Summary: Amanda Valentino changed something for everyone.
Callie Leary, Nia Rivera, and Hal Bennett only have one thing in common.
All three were chosen by Amanda herself to be her guide.
Amanda lied. A lot.
Not just to parents and teachers, but from the first minute so meets someone new.
Callie was told by Amanda that the reason she’s at Endeavor High is she moves around a lot.
Another lie: Amanda always chooses just one person to help her at a new school.
Nia, Callie, and Hal all only have one question, why did she lie?
After finding cryptic clues, they all know they have a course to follow that only Amanda could have planned.
Soon, they all come to realize that Amanda has left behind more questions than answers.
Hal, Nia, and Callie want to find out what happened to their best friend Amanda more than anything.
They put aside all of their differences and learn to get along with others who are different.
But before they can find out what happened to the person who changed their lives…
They must find out, Who exactly is Amanda Valentino?
Rating: 3 1/2 Stars
Review: I love a good mystery novel, and this was no exception. Throughout Invisible I, I had no idea what was going to happen and I definitely couldn’t put it down. I wanted to know what happened to Callie, Nia and Hal so bad. All of the characters just pull you in right from the beginning. You can’t help put want them to get along and find their friend. Even though you couldn’t really get inside Amanda’s head in the usual way, all of the clues she left behind did a good job of letting you see inside her. One could easily tell that Amanda was a very complex character; I always got the feeling that maybe she didn’t exactly know what she wanted. That’s the great thing about this novel though, everything is complex but yet so easy at the same time. I can’t get over the ending either. It will really surprise whoever reads it. I never saw this ending coming but I think a different ending would have changed everything about Invisible I, which wouldn’t be what we wanted. (: Also, who is Stella Lennon?
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