Read-Alikes for ‘Invisible' by Danielle Steel | LibraryReads

LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read Invisible by Danielle Steel.

Invisible by Danielle Steel (Delacorte), is the top holds title of the week (1/3/22). LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read this buzziest book.

Antonia Adams learns the way to keep safe in her turbulent world is to hide away, becoming invisible to avoid pain. Her dreams, however, are anything but private. They are as public and bright as the silver screen.


The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid (Atria)

Appeared on the June 2017 LibraryReads list

“This is a delightful tale of old Hollywood, so full of detail, that you’ll swear Evelyn was a real actor. Monique Grant is tasked with writing an article about the famous woman, so she interviews Evelyn who tells us all about her career, starting in the 1950s—and her many marriages. This novel will enchant you, and Evelyn will stay with you long after you finish reading.”— Lauren McLaughlin, Wilton Library Association, Wilton, CT

The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray (Berkley; LJ starred review)

Appeared on the June 2021 LibraryReads list

"Both history and homage to The Morgan Library, one of the world’s greatest private libraries. It is also the story of a young African-American woman named Belle posing as a white woman of Portuguese descent. For fans of Fiona Davis’ historical novels." — Jennifer Winberry, Hunterdon County Library, Flemington, NJ

City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert (Riverhead)

Appeared on the June 2019 LibraryReads list

“Free-spirited Vivian recounts her life, focusing on her formative years in the 1940s. Nineteen and new to NYC, she became the costumer for her aunt's struggling theater company. Colorful characters, misadventures, triumphs, and trials populate this fun, rolicking read.—Sonia Reppe, Stickney-Forest View Public Library, Stickney, IL

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