Imagine: you come home one day and all evidence of your existence has been removed. Even more so, the rest of your family completely ignores you and pretend you don't exist. It happens to Mary-Louise, who even before her mysterious disappearance often felt invisible.
The first part of the book I thought was pretty good, although I thought Mary-Louise being so insecure was pushed a little bit too much. When stranger things start to happen, I have to admit that I kind of lost the story at some point. It was still a very fast read (it being only 170 pages long makes it an ultimate afternoon read), but to me it felt like it could have been better if the mystery surrounding what happened to Mary-Louise would have been different.
But, like I mentioned before, a perfect book to spend an afternoon with.
Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!