Tuesday, April 9, 2013

invisible review

No matter what your size, there is a reason to connect with this book.  "Invisible" by Ginny L. Yttrup is a novel about three women and a man who are connected through their body image, physical health, and emotional trauma.  Allyn is an overweight middle aged bachelorette who owns and cooks in her restaurant.  Sabina, is a psychiatrist on sabbatical who is battling depression and probably a good case of post traumatic stress disorder.  Twila is an anorexic woman in her mid-twenties who works in a health foods store.  And finally we have the good doctor, Miles, who is the connection of the three.
The book is arranged so that each chapter is a first person telling of the four main characters.  Each character has a distinctive voice that is undeniably their own.  The characters are detailed and well written.  Mostly, the plot is the telling of each person's image and association with God.  This is a great book.  I received this book for free from Handlebar Publishing.

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