Invisible I

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Invisible
I

By: Melissa Cantor

Journal Response #1
I started reading "Invisible I" a book that was recommended to me by a librarian at the KPL in Kitchener-Waterloo. I have only just started but I am really intrigued. Already we know that Amanda has gone missing but we have not been given any of the details as to how, why, when and who. Another interesting part is that the series is entitled "The Amanda Project" but this story is told through the voice of Callie, one of Amanda's friends. I find it interesting how Callie, Hal Bennet, and Nia Rivera were all friends with Amanda, but they never knew it until one day when they got called down to the office by the vice-principal who informed them that Amanda had gone missing and asked if they know where she might be. This book is full of mysteries which leaves me with more questions. For example, I found this quote in the book "Um, Mr. Thornhill, I think there's been a mistake. We don't even know one another." Why would Amanda never tell each one of her friends who she is friends with? Why is she so secretive? Why is so mysterious? They had to clean the vice principals car because there was graffiti found on it, while they were cleaning his car, they started talking and got to know each other, as they will have to get along seeing as they have to solve the mystery of Amanda.

Because Hal's, Callie's and Nia's lockers were defaced in a similar manner as the vice principals , Mr Thornhill he assumed they were at least in part responsible for the graffiti and decided to make them responsible for the clean up as well. It was only through the cleaning process did the 3 realize the common link is Amanda....Who is now missing, I can't wait to see what happens next.

Journal Response #2
In the book "Invisible I", a car is vandalised and nobody seems knows who did it. But a group of students get blamed for it. This is unfair because they didn't really do the crime. What's interesting though is how where...
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