Coming-of-age was never so interesting or so real. Natalie Whipple has created a story that is funny, sad, and even hopeful about the trials and tribulations about just fitting in, when ironically you stand out more than anyone in the novel, Transparent.
Fiona is the first invisible girl. Which makes her the perfect pawn in her crime-boss fathers world. But all she wants is to be a normal 16-year-old. Not the thief, and now murderer, her father wants her to be. Running away with her mother should be easy. Except when you are one-of-kind, everyone knows who you are and your father has your own brother hunting you down, where can an invisible girl hide?
For ages 13 up. This is the perfect summer trilling adventure.