Invisible, by Ginny L. Yttrup, is a novel that leads the reader through the lives of three women who would prefer to blend into the background. Each one has a significant reason, a situation that many readers can relate to, making it personal for those who may be going through similar situations.
Ellyn is a chef and the owner of a café. She loves butter and food in general, but she is hiding behind a weight problem and has a low self-esteem. Sabina is a counselor suffering from depression. She has left her family to spend a year healing. Twila is a young woman who is recovering from an eating disorder. She is attempting to follow God. These women lives, along with that of Dr. Miles Becker, intertwine, and each of them begin to realize what it means to be created in God’s image.
This book was not what I originally expected. At first, I had a difficult time with the first person and the constant change of character. Nonetheless, this book is a recommended read for those who would rather become invisible to the world than become the person God intended them to be.
I received this book free from the publisher and was not required to write a positive review.