“What she needs are stories. Stories are a way to preserve one’s self. To be remembered. And to forget. Stories come in so many forms: in charcoal, and in song, in paintings, poems, films. And books. Books, she has found, are a way to live a thousand lives—or to find strength in a very long one.”

― V.E. Schwab

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue
Written by V.E. Schwab
Published October 6, 2020
Rating 5 out of 5

Deciding on the book to close out my 2020 year was painful. I had a few options and didn’t know which path to take. Then I decided to pick up, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue. 

This book. 


I wasn’t prepared… I wasn’t prepared for how wonderful and magical this novel is. Not in the slightest. I wasn’t prepared to fall in love with all of the characters. Even with antagonists. I kept thinking. “You can’t like him, you can’t like him, you can’t like him…” But I did. If V.E. Schwab writes a follow up on this novel I will read without a second thought. And if you haven’t read this book then you need to immediately!