Nobody

Nobody

Book - 2013
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Fifteen-year-old Claire Ryan has always felt invisible, always lived beyond people's notice, which causes trouble when she instantly connects with seventeen-year-old Nix, who really can become invisible and has been sent to assassinate her.
Publisher: New York, NY : Egmont USA, 2013
ISBN: 9781606843215
Branch Call Number: TEEN FIC Bar
Characteristics: 393 p. ; 22 cm

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Colorgirl710
Apr 18, 2016

I really like it. It's one of my favorite books! The plot of the story is a little complex but once you understand how nobodies and nulls work, it makes a really exciting adventure.

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elsa16
Dec 08, 2014

This futuristic book wasn't too bad. But, I didn't quite get the entire plot. I feel that the setting was too complex and the author could've made it easier to understand. On the plus side, they're were a lot of great plot twists and the ending wasn't as disappointing/dissatisfying as some other utopian future books. Overall, it was a pretty good read.

hey123_0 Nov 18, 2014

i couldnt finish it

mvkramer Nov 16, 2013

Literally the most irritating book I have ever attempted to read.

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sportsbookspce
Jun 25, 2013

I wonder if our world was really like this. Invisibility is seen as an awesome superpower but I don't think it would be so awesome if you were never noticed or remembered, even by your parents. Nix and Claire's journey together is incredible.

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angralph
Jun 08, 2013

Excellent world building. The two main characters are Nobodies who are overlooked by everyone. Nix is an assassin while Claire has just been discovered and targeted for death. The world also consists of nulls and Sensors. The actions of the characters stretch the limits of believability.

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Suzanne_Library
Jan 28, 2013

This novel is a great "comfort read." The author is familiar with the anxieties that beset teenage girls, particularly the conflicting desires to be seen and to be invisible, and depicts these in a way that is emotionally engaging. This tale of an unremarkable heroine's discovery of her supernatural powers is nearly as good as Margaret Mahy's "The Changeover" - and that's saying a lot! The book appeals not only to teens but also to older readers who remember what it felt like.

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Lynn0
Aug 12, 2016

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Kim_16 Jan 23, 2014

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