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I ended up reading it in audio. I didn't particularly like the back and forth between the two different narrators (characters all had two different voices, and the chapters were so short that was off-putting at times). Some of the voices were great with one narrator and not as great with the other.
I absolutely adored the concept and the teenage aspects of this book--a boy who has been invisible from birth and a girl who can suddenly see him. The idea that Elizabeth could tell and show (through her drawings) Stephen what he looks like was so neat to me--he's never even seen himself! I loved the characters so much--they were complex and fun and sympathetic. But the book lost me a little in the magical aspects. I like that the invisibility was explained, but I felt a little bored by all of Elizabeth's training sessions. The conclusion was satisfying, though. I love her wanting to do everything within her power to help Stephen be seen finally by the world.
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