In Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan Stephen is invisible, no has ever been able to see him until Elizabeth moves into the apartment nearby. And so follows a story of cursecasters, spellcasters, and other magic-y things.
I love that the setting is New York City. But that’s about all I liked about this book. I found it boring and didn’t care for the characters – in actual fact it felt more like Elizabeth was the main character, not Stephen who seemed to disappear (no pun intended) toward the middle-end of the book. And if this is a standalone… I don’t see the point in the story with that ending, which seemed to resolve nothing.