I wasn’t that into Whipple’s Transparent, which was about an invisible girl who is hiding from her criminal father. I liked House of Ivy and Sorrow more. It’s about witches, a world where the witch community is dying out and their power is fading. Jo and her grandmother are the last of their family. The women always leave their baby’s father, so Jo has never known her dad…until the day he shows up at their door.
I waited way too long to write my review after reading this, so it was hard to recall. I really remember liking the book, for what it’s worth. Here’s my full review.