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Behold the Eyes of Light [Eyes of Light Series #1]

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A delightful fantasy

    The realm seems to be turning evil as those expected to protect others have become vicious as they assault those they no longer defend. Harvests have failed as if the land has been cursed. Esmeralda the ancient Seeress worries about the plight of her people though she remains unsure why this is happening and more important how to end the brutal spiral downward into barbarianism.-------------- Esmeralda has never feared death which she knows is coming for her soon, but now she worries that she needs time to save her people, time which she no longer has. Desperate after seeing a vision, she seeks out She the Sorceress of Night protected by the fierce Dr'gons because Esmeralda believes that the Sorceress is the cause. At the home of the She, a wicked twist by a sprite changes the aging dying Esmeralda back to her healthy youth with one other critical difference she no longer has her psychic skills that she must pass on to a worthy successor before she dies. While Esmeralda rejoices in her personal gain, she frets over what will become of her people for cosmic twists remain.--------------- A strong cast sustains this delightful fantasy filled with a few wonderful twists, plenty of mythological species that seem real, and an epic effort to save a world. The story line is fast-paced once the readers meet the key players though surprises await fans. What makes this a one sitting Twilight Zone like thriller so much fun to read are the fabulous plot twists and the believability int the paranormal characters and their psychic skills which appear normal.------------ Harriet Klausner

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