Books-On-Tour - Invisible Girl by Jill Childs

I'm very excited to share my review for Jill Childs' new novel, Invisible Girl. Thank you to Bookouture for the Blog Tour invite and the eARC.


A heartbreaking story of family secrets from the USA Today bestselling author of Gracie’s Secret. Perfect for fans of Jodi Picoult and Diane Chamberlain.

I know you. I know you in a way you can’t even imagine. I have been searching for you in the years since you wrote that letter – the letter that told me you were looking for me too. But now that I’ve found you, I don’t know if I can say the terrible truth of what I am. It would ruin your perfect life. It would hurt your beautiful daughter.

So, I hesitate – bide my time, for now. This morning, you’re running late and your little girl, tugged by the hand, scurries to keep up with you. She’s clean but a little scrawny. Maybe that’s because you struggle with the bills; maybe she’s just made that way. 

I know what it is to have lost a child. I pray you never learn how that feels. But I can’t wait forever… and when I finally tell you my secret, will it break you like it did me all those years ago?


What an incredible book! It is well written and thought-provoking. It will give you all the feels. 

The story is divided in three POVs which took a few chapters to get them all sorted and be able to follow the story. It seemed like the women were connected in a way but I couldn't quite figure out how. I was immediately intrigued by the story and I couldn't stop reading. I wanted to find out how it would all end. Will the secrets destroy lives?

I found it interesting to see the dynamics from between the three women as they get to know each other as well as what happens after everything is revealed. 

This was my first read from the author but I will definitely check out more of her work in the future.

My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Jill has always loved writing - real and imaginary - and spent 30 years travelling the world as a journalist, living overseas and reporting wherever the news took her. She's now made her home in London with her husband and twin girls who love stories as much as she does. Although she's covered everything from earthquakes and floods, riots and wars, she's found some of the most extraordinary stories right here at home - in the secrets and lies she imagines behind closed doors on ordinary streets, just like yours.

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Happy reading,

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