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Publisher's Summary

Bob Jones is ordinary, from his appearance right down to his very name. No one seems to take notice of him, not his co-workers, his girlfriend, or even his own parents. But Bob learns he's not alone when he's taken in by a band of people that suffer similarly. Calling themselves "The Ignored", the deadly vengeance they intend to wreak is sure to make them more than just memorable....

©1997 Bentley Little (P)2018 Journalstone Publishing

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  • H CG
  • UT, United States
  • 05-15-18

Not for me.

I was really hoping this would be a book I could get into, but the storyline was just so hard to believe and not in a good way. The character development seemed unnatural, and I just could not connect with, or care about the characters. This might be a good book for someone else, but not for me.

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word salad

I love Bentley Little, but this book was hard to keep up with. its an interesting concept, but it just never became clear. I was disappointed.

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  • Freda
  • 05-09-18

The invisible man

Bentley Little is one of my favorite authors but this book is not one of his best.It spends more time with the hero talking about himself and the way he's feeling and keeps repeating himself. I would not class it as a horror book as I didn't find it in the least scary. A group of men who were ignored by other people until they kill their bosses and become invisible to other people. The narrator is terrible, I found I wanted to wind him up. He reads slow and punctuates where there is no need to. Davis Stifel has narrated 2 or 3 of Bentley's books and he spoils the enjoyment of the listening. reading the book was much better.