All the characters felt one-dimensional and I as a reader didn't feel invested in them or the story.
The story and characters merely seemed to stop, and I felt like a final chapter to wrap things up would have given a better payoff for finishing this novel.
Carla Buckley did a great job at not only piecing the story together and creating an interesting plot but also developed some very realistic characters.
I did not enjoy this book as much as I did the other two books I've read by Carla Buckley (The Things That Keep Us Here, The Deepest Secret). Read morePublished 3 months ago by katydid
Nothing really wrong with invisible, but not really my kind of book I guess you could say. I gave it a 3 star, but that's just my opinion. Others may like it better.Published 7 months ago by Kathy latham
this is a cool book with interesting characters..but what was unique and great reading were the sooo interesting facts and comments about oceans and ocean life..really, really goodPublished 9 months ago by Catherine E. Hall
I absolutely loved this book! Carla Buckley grips you from the first page on and is QUITE the writer! She is a treasure!Published 10 months ago by Linda Hiolman
Along with a story that flows with interest as well as concern, comparison of ocean realization to human life was both highly enjoyable and fascinating.Published 10 months ago by Annie Hendrix
I enjoyed reading invisible. Carla Buckley is one of my favorite writers. Her characters are so lifelike and believable. I would certainly recommend this to my friends. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bonnie Gogolski
Very good book, kept my interest from the start. I would recommend this to any of my friends. Loved it.Published 12 months ago by Teresa
Having read Carla Buckley’s newest 2014 release, “Deepest Secrets” (which I thoroughly enjoyed); hence, wanted to read some of her earlier books. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Judith D. Collins