I am so grateful for the accidental discovery of this author, Ginny L. Yttrup. Although I can’t pronounce her name I do know this, as I was drawn to the “new library material” I saw some tiny words that sealed the deal: “One of Christian Fiction’s brightest new voices” and I was hooked. I grabbed the book on a whim, not knowing what to expect. It did not take me long to find this book enjoyable and one to which I can relate due to my experience in the motivation, health and fitness world.
The main character Ellyn loves butter, and so do I. So right from the beginning I liked her. As the characters unfold we go though a journey with each endearing character, although they are in various stages of “needing repair” and we follow them along their path of discovery and sometimes painful steps towards healing. Along the way there are tears and laughter and most of all excerpts from Saint Augustine’s work. That was just the cherry on the top.
I found this book, Invisible, to be insightful and entertaining, but most of all, an inspiration.