For many of us, there comes a moment when we wish we were invisible. For Homes, not only does she wish it…she actually lives it. Overweight, socially stunned, and utterly alone, Ellen spends her days quietly observing but unobserved, watching and recording in her notebooks the lives of her neighbors, coworkers, and total strangers. But one night she saves a blind young woman named Temerity from being mugged. Then everything changes. Invisible Ellen is a remarkable novel about personal transformation, morality, the power of friendship, and the human need for connection with others. Character driven, poignant, and leavened with touches of humor and witty dialogue.