"[Auster's]use of intertextuality and his crisp, simple prose will keep listeners fully engaged from beginning to end." –Library Journal
"The story of a Columbia University undergraduate who encounters a strange French couple who change the course of his life is always compelling, especially as read in the gruff, detached growl of Auster’s voice." – Winston-Salem Journal
"Now comes Invisible, a novel of such virtuosity and depth that it should not only unite the faithful in a hallelujah chorus, but it deserves to draw legions of converts as well. More than a return to form, this might be Auster's best novel yet... Auster writes of 'the obsessive story that has wormed its way into your soul and become an integral part of your being.' This is that story."
– Kirkus Reviews on the book