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#Review: Clearly Invisible in Paris by Koel Rinchet

Clearly Invisible in Paris
Author: Koel Purie Rinchet
Publisher: Rupa Publications
Rating: 4/5

“Clearly Invisible in Paris” is a captivating and vibrant exploration of friendship and resilience set against the backdrop of the stylish yet enigmatic city of Paris. In this enchanting tale, four women from diverse backgrounds, who seemingly live parallel lives within the same apartment block, are drawn together by fate’s twists and turns.

Neera, the glamorous socialite, provides a stark contrast to Rosel, the Filipina housekeeper who yearns for a better life. Dasha, the aspiring Russian model, and Violet, a Senegalese trans woman, each have their own dreams and struggles. Yet, as the world faces unprecedented challenges, these women form an unexpected and unbreakable bond that transcends their differences.

The novel skillfully navigates the complexities of their lives, offering a unique perspective on being an outsider in a city known for its exclusivity. The characters are brought to life with humour, passion, and irreverence, making them leap off the page.

Throughout the narrative, the city of Paris itself becomes a character, alternately enchanting and alienating, providing a rich backdrop to the story. The author’s vivid descriptions and evocative prose make the city come alive, adding depth and texture to the overall experience.

“Clearly Invisible in Paris” is a celebration of the resilience of the human spirit, showcasing the power of friendship to overcome adversity. It is a joyous and thought-provoking read that reminds us of the beauty in embracing our differences while navigating the contradictions of belonging in a world that often seeks to keep us apart. This novel is a testament to the strength of the human connection and the ability to find solidarity in the most unexpected of places.

Best wishes to the author!

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