All the Invisible Things

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5.8 X 8.5 X 1.3 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author

Orlagh Collins is the author of No Filter. Born in Dublin, she left Ireland after university to break into the film industry in London, and worked on productions such as Calendar Girls, Ali G, and Separate Lies before taking over as head of physical production at Pathe´ Films. While at Pathe´ she supervised production on the Academy Award-winning movie The Queen and a host of others. She co-produced the BIFA Award-winning documentary Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten and Mary Shelley, starring Elle Fanning. Orlagh lives in Somerset, England, with her husband and their two children.

"Explores...underdiscussed facets of teenage sexuality...with exceptional insight." --Kirkus Reviews

"An intriguing story of family, friendship, and self-identity." --School Library Journal

"Collins writes a well-rounded character in Vetty...while keeping the most vital theme in mind: self-discovery and understanding." --Booklist

"The realistic, respectful, and sweet relationship that develops is sure to appeal to romance fans . . . A satisfying and romantic debut." --Kirkus Reviews on NO FILTER

"Both a coming-of-age story and a romance, this novel weaves together issues of suicide, poverty, unrequited dreams, betrayal, and bullying . . . An unpretentious and enjoyable tale set against the unique backdrop of the Northern Irish coast." --School Library Journal on NO FILTER

"Collins's voices and setting are vivid and fresh, the teens' relationship is engaging, and Liam is a particularly sensitive and devoted love interest. As Emerald watches her friends' lives go on without her online, her visceral sense of pain and loss (and FOMO, really) will resonate with many readers." --Publishers Weekly on NO FILTER

"Debut novelist Collins has a career as a production supervisor in the London film industry, and her visual sense is evident in many scenes." --VOYA on NO FILTER