Saturday, April 13, 2019
What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible by Ross Welford; review by Isha Sajid
by Ross Welford is about a girl who tries to cure her acne, but turns out to turn invisible. The writing style of the book is quite simple, so it would be interesting to younger readers. The story was written realistically, even though this would never happen to us. One of the problems of this book was pacing. They would stretch one simple event for chapters and chapters and it would not be as interesting. Another thing was that the book was very predictable. You could easily tell what was about to happen and there weren't any major twists The author uses a lot of figurative languages for us to see what is happening in our minds which made it interesting. The book has a good storyline and it grabs our attention. I would rate this a 3.5/5, but younger people would enjoy this book.