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Invisible (The Twixt) Paperback – September 30, 2014
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"Dawn Metcalf has created two new members of a uniquely fleshed-out faerie society known as "the Twixt" who are both charming and necessary to keep peace between the humans and the world beyond their view." -USA Today's Happy Ever After blog on Indelible
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Dawn Metcalf writes about fairy tales, myths and sharp, pointy objects. She has yet to be whisked away to Fairyland, but also has yet to be stabbed in the eye. You can find her and her family buried somewhere beneath piles of costuming, crayons, karate pads and board games masquerading as a normal Victorian house in northern Connecticut. If they had a sign, it would be: Confounding the Neighbor Children Since 1999. Visit Dawn and the Twixt at www.dawnmetcalf.com.
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So Invisible picks-up a little after Indelible and Joy has to deal with more problems involving the Twixt. This book had a lot more action; Joy is being hunted by an assassin and no one is safe. Joy, Ink and the rest of the gang has to figure out how to stop the unstoppable in order to save Joy and everyone else.
Some more family stuff is going on with Joy. Joy's brother Stef is back for the summer, Joy and her mom seem to be getting along better and her dad has a girlfriend, who Joy doesn't hate. So of course now that everything with the fam is going good, some family secrets are about to come out and change Joy's world.
Ink...Indelible Ink, Joy's very loving boyfriend (I love him and he has more character this time). Things between Joy and Ink get more passionate in this book. You can feel the passion and love through the pages, however things don't stay good for long. Joy and Ink go through somethings and you will have to find out if they can over come it or will it be the end of them and Joy's adventures in the Twixt.
You really do need to read the first book, Indelible, before you read this book. And like the book before it Invisible has a nice ending. The ending settles things and will leave you satisfied, while also leaving the ending open and you begging for the next book.
I must warn you that you will have so many different feelings and you will hold your breath at times and any book that makes you feel all of that is a must get.
This second installment in the series picks up a few months after the events in INDELIBLE. While things first appear to have settled down for Joy Malone, it’s a calm that is short-lived. With time ticking down to a choice that must be made that could sever her ties to Ink and the Twixt forever, a ruthless knight hell-bent on slaying her, putting everyone she cares about at risk, secrets that she’s keeping and decisions that she’s made that threaten to destroy everything, and a revelation that could change not only her life, but the Twixt, forever, things in Joy’s life are far from tranquil.
With even bigger stakes, an even greater threat, and a choice that promises heartbreak, INVISIBLE is a sequel that is action-packed, suspense- and tension-filled, nerve-wracking, heartwrenching, and incredibly exciting. It’s a story that will keep readers glued to the page until the very end.
I was not able to put this book down. I devoured it in one sitting. It had everything I loved about INDELIBLE – its characters, the world, the magic – but it ratcheted up the action, the suspense, the mystery elements. It made me root for the main character, but also want to throttle her, much like a certain much-loved character in this series did. And I may have screamed at her once or twice before she once again became the Joy I knew and adored.
I loved everything about this story, but I especially loved the foreshadowing, the bits and pieces the author dropped in along the way that made me curious, that put me on alert, and made me anxious and worried about what it would mean. I also loved that many questions were answered, but some only partially, leaving plenty to wonder about, to hope for, in the books to come.
There is no cliffhanger ending in INVISIBLE, just like with the first book in the series. The story ends in a place that wraps things up enough to satisfy, but keeps them open enough for readers to wish the next book was available to continue the story immediately.
This second book is not a filler book. It moves the plot forward, it takes the story deeper, it further develops the characters, it introduces even more conflict, and it adds a few twists that promise to make the remaining books in this series positively riveting.
For readers who enjoy stories filled with magic, extraordinary and interesting and peculiar and lovable characters, writing that is creative and engaging and absolutely delightful, worlds that are just a little bit different, then INVISIBLE is a must.
I feel like now I have a better understanding of the Folk world or the Twist as it's called. Things suddenly became more clear to me as I read this one. I was able to understand a lot more. But still, the marking of humans by the Folk is something I don't fully get, but no matter really!
Joy is able to undo these marks and it's something that must be kept secret from other Folk, or else there would be a lot of trouble for her. Not that she doesn't already have enough. Folk are harassing her lately and one is so bold as to try to kill her. He's a stubborn and adamant assassin that she and Ink can't seem to get rid of.
Joy's brother, Stef comes home for the summer carrying his own secret. While Joy also continues to dig herself deeper with her own secrets. She begins helping other Fold remove their unwanted marks. She does this in secret because she doesn't want Ink to know right away. Then there's also Joy still keeping Ink a mystery from her friend, Monica and her family. How can she introduce them to a boyfriend they can't see? It's not long before Joy's choices leave her on her own. She makes some mistakes and finds herself alone.
The romance was once again just delightful. For what we had anyway. Joy and Ink are eventually separated for sometime. But still, I love their romance. Ink is still so new to human tendencies, so every kiss, every touch and little moment is just so endearing! I can't get enough of it!
The ending was something of a shocker too. But I like how nearly all the loose ends are tied off, yet leaving fodder for another book naturally. Once again I must commend Dawn on the balance she has with Joy's life. There's a good amount of normal human moments as there are Folk filled ones and I love it! We get the best of both worlds.
This is a series that is fast addicting! The action is well dispersed too. There's hardly a dull moment in this book. I truly enjoyed it from page to page; my heart racing to see how things turned out. I so can't wait for the next one. Let there be a next one, Dawn!
Overall Rating 4.5/5 stars
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Once again we are united with Joy Malone. In the previous book we met Indelible Ink and his sister, Invisible Ink.Read more