For four years now, Vetty has kept her emotions in hiding. Ever since her mother’s demise, it has been convenient and safer not to tell people how she really feels. Perhaps her biggest secret is that she is attracted to both girls and boys.
But now, at the age of seventeen, Vetty is back in London and she is determined to live without any regrets or inhibitions. She is convinced that reconnecting with her childhood best friend Pez is her best bet to redeem herself. After all, it was in his company that she felt the most free and fearless she had ever been.
However, life has a surprise in store for her: Pez has changed. He has become more cautious. It is almost as though their special connection never existed in the first place. And that is when Vetty realizes that he has been hiding too. Taking a leaf out of Laura Steven’s The Exact Opposite of Okay, Orlagh Collins’ All the Invisible Things is one book that fans of the genre can ill afford to miss.
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Published: March 2019
Number of Pages: 368
Author: Orlagh Collins
Publisher: Bloomsbury Children’s Books