Confessions of an Imaginary Friend by Michelle Cuevas
Jacques Papier gets ignored a lot. In fact, if it weren’t for his twin sister, Fleur, he’d feel downright invisible. Jacques believes that everyone must hate him—until he discovers the truth; he’s an imaginary friend.
Sometimes imaginary troubles are harder to bear than actual ones.
Charmingly wistful, witty, and vulnerable, Confessions of an Imaginary Friend captivates the imagination with whimsical concepts, deep truths, and thought-provoking questions. Its lighthearted adventure and good humor that will appeal to contemplative readers of all ages.
To tell the truth, I was beginning to think you would be in awe of anyone if you saw the parts of them that no one else gets to see.
From the first page, I was immediately won over by Jacques. Confessions of an Imaginary Friend has become an instant classic in my eyes, and I can’t recommend it enough.
⬢ ⬢ ⬢ ⬢ ⬢ FIVE STARS
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