Invisible Stars

Mattia Signorini

Invisible Stars


Year: 2019

Pages: 224

A stunning game of mirrors, secrets, revelations, contorted memories, and an attempt to unravel a possible truth between lovers.

Nine years have passed since Nicola Sceriman died in a tragic accident and Zeno’s life was thrown off track. Only he and Agata, his girlfriend from back then, know the truth about what really happened to their unorthodox college professor. Now in his thirties, Zeno teaches at a high school and is about to get married when Agata breaks their pact of silence. There is unfinished business that regards only the two of them and will take them back to the most formative years of their lives.

The author has been translated in France, Germany, Spain, Israel and South America. 

Valeria Parrella, Grazia  

He’s an enfant prodige.  
Piersandro Pallavicini, La Stampa: Tuttolibri  

Truly fluid, engaging writing.  
Roberto Carnero, Il Sole 24 Ore: Domenica  

Despite his young age, he never ceases to surprise us. Writing with the scope of literature. 
Gian Paolo Serino, Il Giornale and D di Repubblica  

Signorini’s young voice takes us away like a melodious musical score.  
Federico Chiara, Vogue Italy  

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