Top positive review
Once you start this one it is difficult to put it down!
October 24, 2019
We have all seen quotes that most likely everyone is struggling and has something but some people are just better at hiding it than others. Invisible As Air addresses just that. After Zoe Fishman, dives right in and weaves us in an out of character development thru chapters about Sylvie, her husband Paul and their son, Teddy, we quickly learn that this book addresses some serious issues and topics: Opioid addiction & other kinds of addiction, grief, depression, infidelity, family secrets, interfaith marriages, in-law relationships, the consequences of not communicating or getting the help one needs, and the complexities of feeling "invisible as air" whether you are a middle-aged woman or a young adolescent trying to find your way in society. While this book is all of that and more- it is still a quick, easy, enjoyable and some how relatable read. You find yourself rooting for these characters and sometimes simply wanting to snap some darn sense into them (all of them at various times!) as you see them making some bad choices and how it has a ripple affect on all those around. I have now read and enjoyed all of the books from this bestselling author, Zoe Fishman, including her latest one, Invisible As Air. What a page turner it was!