The Invisible Life Of Addie LaRue

My latest book, (that I’m reading, not writing), is The Invisible Life Of Addie LaRue, already has me hooked. It’s about a girl, who, in the year 1714, escaping her unwanted marriage, makes a deal with “a god who answers at night”, and now will live forever, but everyone who meets her will forget her instantly. Now, it’s been 300 years, and the chapters of the book alternate between 1714 and 2014. Her parents and friends instantly all forgot her, and the people she sees every day never remember meeting her before.

the writing style is beautiful, I think. I can’t wholly put my finger on what makes this book so good.

Easter long weekend is over. Friday and Monday were holidays here. Today is day one of a four day vacation for me. We have our second quarantine guest coming. Yesterday the wife and I cleaned, and today professional cleaners are coming. Kind of like brushing your teeth before going to the dentist…

Have a great week!

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