Fiction - Drama
326 Pages
Reviewed on 07/16/2014
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Author Biography

Bruce Bracken, Ph.D., is a psychologist and professor at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. During his career, Bruce has published scores of articles, books, curricula, and psychological tests. Bruce is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association in the Division of School Psychology and the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychology, and he is a Charter Fellow of the American Educational Research Association. Additionally, Bruce is the co-founder of The Journal of Psychoeducational Assess-ment and has served as co-editor of the journal for more than twenty years. Bruce has received such prestigious awards as the Senior Scientist Award by the American Psychological Association, the Distin-guished Faculty Award by the University of Memphis, and the Lifetime Achievement Award by his alma ma-ter, The University of Georgia.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Invisible by Bruce A. Bracken is about the non-existent life of Campbell Hayden. The protagonist in the story is a person who leads a very ordinary life and who is unnoticed and unseen by the world in general. But a series of events changes the equation and he finds himself the center of attention. He makes his presence felt and, with that change, Campbell finds a new sense of freedom in living. The transformation brings in a new kind of life and an inner healing which forms the basic theme. It is a story that will take readers deep into the human mind and its complexities.

The character of Campbell Hayden is portrayed well. The author has developed it slowly with nuances and shades that will fascinate readers with its intelligence and intuitiveness as the story progresses. The twists and turns in the plot, the human struggles, and the answers to life's questions make it an engaging read. It is the kind of book that you will not want to put down until you finish reading. The author has crafted the story vividly and with a lot of clarity to make readers ponder on life's vagaries and struggles. It is a story that can be related to well by readers. The author has handled the plot excellently; the surprise ending is strong and powerful.