The Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewel – Review

Roan, Cate, daughter Georgia and son Josh rent a flat in Hampstead whilst their property is being repaired. They treat it as a step-up but things are not what they seem. Owen, lives across the street but has problems relating to women. Saffyre watches them all. This a story about intertwining families, each with their own problems but you just know they are going to collide at some stage.
I love this type of book. Well written, interesting characters doing everyday things badly.

Lisa Jewel is a gem of a writer, weaving intricate stories of everyday life. This book is no different as she manages to make everyday events sinister so we begin to distrust the characters as the story progresses.

Excellent end to the book too. Well worth reading.

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