If it's not bad enough that menopausal women feel invisible, in Ray's world, a pharmaceutical cocktail of antidepressant, bone density, and hormone pills with a one-time spritz of Botox causes some women to actually go invisible.
I went into the book with low expectations, expecting another jokey older chick lit story, but Ray's invisible women have substance. (I meant literarily, but in fact the women do have mass.) There is some insult to injury as the women's family's don't notice their being missing for quite some time, but our protagonist's family isn't all bad even if they're among the slower to catch on. If you like a good protest, you might get a little misty at what happens when the women finally find each and confront the evil pharmaceutical company.
I'm a librarian. I have good research skills. I didn't lose my job because nobody cares whether or not librarians are invisible.