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Eyes to See

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  • Posted August 1, 2012

    Worth reading

    I read a lot, and there's somthing to be said, about a book that isn't predictable. This one was a page turner with a compelling story and fairly interesting characters. It's gritty but not overdone. I recommend it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 24, 2012

    This book kept me reading the way Joseph Nassise tells the story

    This book kept me reading the way Joseph Nassise tells the story is truly amazing because he knows how to keep you clued to the book dying to know what's going to happen next. I felt everything Jeremiah hunt felt like if it was happening to me !. I'm a mother so the pain this character felt not knowing what happened to his daughter seem unbearable to me . READ IT you wont regret it. I admit somethings threw me off because i went in thinking the book was about this man that was suffering because is daughter was missing, I knew he had the gift or curse of seeing what other can't and then i was surprise to find out he wasn't the only one. I quickly adjusted and at the end it made the book a lot more interesting then i could've possibly imagined. My boyfriend bought this book and He became a Joseph Nassise book we both can't wait for the second part of this book !!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 26, 2011

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    Compelling book

    Eyes to See by Joseph Nassise is an urban fantasy novel about a man, Jeremiah Hunt, who is on a quest to find his missing daughter. When all roads of discovery lead to a dead end, Jeremiah gives up his eyesight so that he might see things beyond what normal people might see. His life is in shambles and everything around him falls apart. Jeremiah takes up some PI work. While helping the local police investigate a crime he stumbles across a clue that might lead him to his daughter. This new clue leads Jeremiah on a chase and he starts to uncover something more sinister than just a random kidnapping.
    I wasn't sure what to expect when I first picked up this novel. The concept sounded really interesting but I wasn't sure if this book was going to make me want to sleep with all the lights on. It didn't take me very long before I was invested in the story. One of the many things I like about this book is that Nassise divides the chapters into "Now" and "Then" The author gives glimpses into the past to help the reader understand what has led Jeremiah Hunt to where he is now.
    I really like the range and depth of emotions the author gives Jeremiah. It seems like everyday on the news you hear about someone's missing child. It's every parents worst fear. The author really digs down and explores the tenacity of the emotions that parents must experience in these situations. How obsession and compulsion can lead you down a dangerous path. Jeremiah is a man with nothing left to lose. However his drive to find his daughter is inspiring. He's rough around the edges, stubborn but really he's just a man who would do anything to get his daughter back.
    The story line in this book is really interesting. Nassise kept me intrigued chapter after chapter. The author has created a world that is full of interesting characters along with frightening creatures. This novel in a way took on a detective vibe but I like it. In my mind I was picturing Jeremiah Hunt as a bit of a film noir character. The ending of this book really pulled at my heart strings. I won't tell you any details, but it was really touching.
    Overall this is a good read. I really like the story and I'll definitely continue reading this series. It has suspense, drama and things that go bump in the night. The next book in this series is King of the Dead.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 17, 2012

    Pretty Good. I picked this up because of the cover honestly. H

    Pretty Good. I picked this up because of the cover honestly. Heartbreaking and enjoyable.


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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    Pretty good

    Loved the story in general, though predictive at times.

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