The Invisible Girl - Laura Ruby Reviews
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Newest Review: ... about herself - she can make herself invisible - and while she might not be taking off any time soon, she has more than ... more
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by - written on 20/06/09, updated on 20/06/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
It's a mad, bad world out there. A world where children are named after their most obvious characteristic, from Gurl (a girl) to Bug (who isn't actually a bug, per se, but who does look a lot like one). A world where birds are worshiped, cats are ostracized and everything else is locked up in a zoo. A world with super-powers to rival anything from Heroes, (flying, turning invisible, that sort of thing), and where there are people with grass for hair, and zips for mouths. A world where monkeys control minds, where there are giant rats obsessed with cats and where you can only be who you are when you forget what you were. Twelve year old Gurl has not had much ... Read the complete review
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