Review: The Amanda Project: Book 1: invisible I by Stella Lennon and Melissa Kantor

11 Dec

HarperTeen, 2009

Amanda Valentino changed everything.

Callie Leary has exactly one thing, and one thing only, in common with Nia Rivera and Hal Bennett: They were each chosen by Amanda to be her guide. When Amanda arrived at Endeavor High, she told Callie she moves around a lot and always picks one person to help her navigate the choppy waters of a new school. Why did Amanda lie?

Following a course that they suspect Amanda deliberately plotted, Callie, Nia, and Hal piece together some cryptic clues. But they find more questions than answers and quickly realize that before they can figure out what happened to Amanda—the girl who changed their lives—they’ll need to solve the most important mystery of all: Who is Amanda Valentino?

From HarperCollins website


This was a book that didn’t necessarily wow be from the get-go, but once I got into it, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. After the first two chapters or so, I was riveted and drawn into the mystery of Amanda and her disappearance. There was also a side mystery surrounding an aspect of Callie’s life and I am dying to know more about that, along with who Amanda really was.

Once I did get into it, it was a quick read that left me wanting to immediately read the second book to find out what happens next.

The Amanda Project is an interactive series with it’s very own website where you can go and find out more clues about Amanda, where she disappeared to and who she really is.

Browse inside The Amanda Project.

Thanks to HarperCollins Canada for providing a review copy of The Amanda Project: invisible I.

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