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For Ellen Homes, not only does she wish it - she actually lives it. She spends her days quietly observing but unobserved, watching and recording in her notebooks the lives of her neighbors, coworkers, and total strangers. Overweight, socially stunted, and utterly alone, one night Ellen saves a blind young woman from being mugged.
Then everything changes.
Character-driven, poignant, and leavened with touches of humor and witty dialogue, Invisible Ellen is a remarkable novel about personal transformation, morality, the power of friendship, and the human need for connection with others.
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By Gretchen on 06-01-14
A lovely story told with humor and wisdom about a woman who has been so hurt by life her highest goal is not to be noticed by others . This woman finds an unexpected friend and her mundane life becomes a delightful adventure.
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By Bill & Melody on 07-26-18
Never have I felt COMPELLED to write a review
To begin with, WHAT A TREAT to have the author narrate her story. It felt so personal, I just knew she was reading with the inflections that she purposed in her writing, JUST BLEW ME AWAY how it added something so special to a terrific story!
To be honest, I really wasn't sure I would like this book in the beginning, I wanted something with ACTION and oh boy! I was not let down. This book was just great! So much fun! You can't help be truly care for the characters. The book may have started slow (to me) but it certainly took off and I just had to finish, to see what happens next and I was well rewarded in 2 days when I finished.
I am SO EXCITED to see that she has put out a sequel, Becoming Ellen, that starts where this one finishes.
I really hope the author reads to us again.