" Clever fantasy about a world where most people fly naturally, making those unforunate "leadfeet" a type of social outcast. Our heroine, however, gets a different gift -- invisibility -- and she uses it to break free of her orphanage routines. However, despite the basic traits it shares with many fantasies for younger children, the plotting and character development are much stronger than stuff I've read lately. And the writer doesn't waste time with a lot of expository writing, which I appreciated. Good for readers 9-14, perhaps, depending on their reading skills and love of fantasy with humor thrown in. "
— Gphatty, 2/13/2014