She Is Not Invisible
Printz winner Sedgwick's (Midwinterblood, 2013) latest is a contemporary thriller about coincidence and obsession. Sixteen-year-old Laureth Peak, who is blind, suspects foul play when her father, a well-known author, is missing and his notebook surfaces in New York City. Laureth buys plane tickets for herself and her younger brother, Benjamin, and flies from London to New York. She must include her brother in the risky trip because she needs someone to be her eyes. Together they attempt to solve the mystery by relying on clues left by their father and Laureth’s ability to recognize recurring events, patterns, and numbers.