Antonio Adams had a tough childhood with cruel parents. A narcistic mother who abandoned her as a child, seeking a career in the movies. A bitter father who resented his daughter, blaming her for driving his wife away. When her father looked at her, he only saw the memory of the woman he loved and lost. To survive and avoid further disappointment, Antonio learned to stay unnoticed. She escaped at the movies. As she grew up, her dream was to become a screenwriter. While a student at NYU, summer employment with a famous British filmmaker changed everything for her.
Danielle Steel is one of the most prolific writers we have. Her books can be predictable. They can feel repetitive. But for me, they serve as a pleasant break from all the heavy books I normally read. Invisible was enjoyable with some good tugs of the heart. I had taken a break from reading Steel’s books, but this storyline of a resilient young woman seemed appealing and the right one to jump back in. I’m glad I did.
Rated 3.75 out of 5 stars.
Women’s Fiction. Publication Date: January 4, 2022.
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