Why buy this book?
- It's sci-fi, but with a sexy twist (and an evil gangster Dad)!
- Fans of THE AVENGERS and graphic novels will love TRANSPARENT
About the book
High school is hard when you're invisible.
Fiona McClean hates her family, has had to move to a new school and seems to be completely invisible to the boy she likes. So far so normal, right? But Fiona really is invisible. She doesn't even know what colour her own hair is.
Born into a world where Cold War anti-radiation pills have caused genetic mutations, Fiona is forced to work for her mind-controlling mobster father as the world's most effective thief. When her father announces she must become a murdering assassin, Fiona and her telekinetic mother make a break for freedom. Running to a small Arizonian town, Fiona finds that playing at 'normal life' with a mother on the edge, a brother she can't trust, and a boy who drives her crazy is as impossible as escaping her father.
I spent a year in the hospital-not because of injuries. They had to study me, cure me. Mom wanted a normal baby, one with a non-dangerous ability like glow-in-the-dark hair or breath that smells like chocolate. Then I wouldn't have been so important to my father. Instead, she got the first ever invisible child.
Not only was I famous, but I was infinitely, dangerously useful.
When they gave up on a cure, Mom took me home. The paparazzi tried to get pictures, which was stupid because they couldn't actually see me. They wanted a glimpse of the girl with no face, but my dad's people made sure that didn't happen. He made sure the world saw as little of me as possible, and more importantly, that they never realized what I could really do.
Hiding an invisible girl. Go figure.
Letter from the editor
Sara O'Connor, Editorial Director
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