Cecilia Galante, author of The Invisibles, on tour August 2015

Posted By on August 2, 2015

The Invisibles (430x648)About The Invisibles

• Paperback: 400 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (August 4, 2015)

“We’ll choose to remain invisible. To everyone except each other . . . ”

Brought together by chance as teenagers at Turning Winds, a home for girls, Nora, Ozzie, Monica, and Grace quickly bond over their troubled pasts and form their own family, which they dub The Invisibles. With a fierce loyalty to each other, the girls feel that they can overcome any obstacle thrown their way. Though the walls they’ve built around themselves to keep out the rest of the world are thick, they discover one night, when tragedy strikes, that there are cracks in their tight-knit circle.

While Ozzie, Monica, and Grace leave after graduation to forge a fresh start, Nora decides to stay behind in Willow Grove. Now, fifteen years later, she’s content living a quiet, single life working in the local library and collecting “first lines”—her favorite opening lines from novels. But when Ozzie calls out of the blue to let her know Grace has attempted suicide and is desperate for them to reconvene, Nora is torn between elation at seeing the women who were once her most cherished, trusted friends and anxiety over the unresolved conflicts that will most certainly surface.

As the women gather and reminisce, the truth about their lives comes to light. And when The Invisibles decide to take the road trip they always dreamed of, they will be forced to reveal their deepest secrets and confront the night that changed them forever.

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Cecilia Galante author photoAbout Cecilia Galante

Cecilia Galante is the author of three young adult novels, three middle-grade books, and a children’s chapter-book series. She is the recipient of many awards, including a NAIBA Book of the Year and an Oprah’s Teen Read Selection for her first novel, The Patron Saint of Butterflies. Her books have been translated into Japanese, Turkish, and Polish.

Find out more about Cecilia at her website, and connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.

Ceclia’s Tour Stops

Tuesday, August 4th: Many Hats

Wednesday, August 5th: BookNAround

Thursday, August 6th: Fuelled by Fiction

Friday, August 7th: Kritters Ramblings

Monday, August 10th: Kahakai Kitchen

Tuesday, August 11th: 100 Pages a Day … Stephanie’s Book Reviews

Wednesday, August 12th: A Chick Who Reads

Thursday, August 13th: Raven Haired Girl

Monday, August 17th: Thoughts on This ‘n That

Tuesday, August 18th: From the TBR Pile

Wednesday, August 19th: The Well-Read Redhead

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