Beyond the Eyes

Beyond the Eyes

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by Rebekkah Ford

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“A thrilling, wholly satisfying first book to a new young adult series. It will keep you wanting more.” –Valentina Cano, Carabosse’s Library

“Beyond the Eyes is haunting yet passionate. This breakout novel is quick and hip, a saucy must-read.”–Charles Land, Judas Pistol

Paige knows evil exists in this world, but


“A thrilling, wholly satisfying first book to a new young adult series. It will keep you wanting more.” –Valentina Cano, Carabosse’s Library

“Beyond the Eyes is haunting yet passionate. This breakout novel is quick and hip, a saucy must-read.”–Charles Land, Judas Pistol

Paige knows evil exists in this world, but she never imagined it would want something from her.

In the small town of Astoria, Oregon, surrounded by deep forest and endless mountains, another world thrives . . . a menacing one where dark spirits dwell in soulless humans. Seventeen-year-old Paige Reed lives in this lush, picturesque setting. She’s not your average teen, though she appears to be. Not only is she heartsick, but she’s been receiving cryptic premonitions from a ghostly voice since the age of four. After she hears a haunting message about herself, supernatural occurrences begin to confuse her.

Nathan Caswell seems to peer into Paige’s soul, evoking a magnetic energy between them they cannot deny. They’re connected. But he’s no ordinary guy. He tracks dark spirits and becomes alarmed when they set their sights on Paige.

When two power-hungry malevolent beings make demands on her, she realizes then the fate of mankind rest in her hands. Her world quickly turns inside out where the impossible becomes possible, and in the end she’s faced with a life changing decision that will not only alter her existence but the world as she knows it.

Can a deeply troubled teen overcome her own demons in order to fight those lurking about? With the past and present colliding, Paige must make the ultimate mortal choice. Will it be the right one?

Editorial Reviews

Carabosse's Library - Valentina Cano
This is a new, exciting young adult series that will captivate teens and adults alike. If you enjoy paranormal stories with a good dose of romance, then this one is for you.
Paige hears cryptic premonitions from a ghostly voice. Other than that she is a normal teenage girl with high school to worry about and friendships to maintain. But the premonitions are becoming stronger and stronger, demanding more attention. This is where we meet her, as she is trying to figure out how to manage her li

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Rebekkah Ford
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Beyond the Eyes , #1
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Meet the Author

Rebekkah Ford grew up in a family that dealt with the paranormal. Her parents Charles and Geri Wilhelm were the directors of the UFO Investigator’s League in Fairfield, Ohio, back in the 1970s. They also investigated ghost hauntings and Bigfoot sightings in addition to UFO’s. Growing up in this type of environment and having the passion for writing is what drove Rebekkah at an early age to write stories dealing with the paranormal world. Her fascination with the unknown is what led her to write the Beyond the Eyes trilogy and Tangled Roots. Rebekkah has an irreverent sense of humor, adores coffee, and yummy food makes her happy. She loves books, history, antiques, animals, connecting with her fans and other authors, and watching her favorite TV shows. Visit her online at and at

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Beyond the Eyes 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
THIS BOOK WAS AWESOME! a mustread i should say. Just to forworn you sfter reading this book it will kill you not to get the rest of the series. I'll say this like it is. The characters are great and the twist make you want to keep reading. DONT BUY IF U CANT BUY THE NEXT TWO! IT WILL KILL YOU CAUSE YOULL WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS NEXT! With some scenes I highly recommend this book for sci fi fans 13+
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is wonderful, taut tale of a young girl on the edge of fading from young womanhood into an adult when she makes a discovery about herself that turns her world upside down. The story weaved it's way into my heart and the story of Paige (the main character) kept me reading. I had a hard time putting this book down each night as I wanted to know what was going to happen next. This book is well worth the time. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a well written taut story of self discovery with a splash of romance not to mention a dash of paranormal excitement.
StarGazer2 More than 1 year ago
Sadly, I had held off reading Beyond the Eyes for several weeks now. I figured it would be just another ghost story. I have read so many that I have grown bored with them. But Rebekkah Ford proved me wrong. What I found within the pages of this book was an easy read with characters I wished were in my life. And after viewing images of the men, I definitely wished they were in my life. ¿  So MAYBE Beyond the Eyes is a young adult read, but does that mean you shouldn’t read it, DEFINITELY NOT. For certain, this book is one to read, and now I am off to buy book 2.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As i walk through the streets on an eerie night, i here footsteps behind me. I stay silent and dont turn around, in fear they would harm me or worse-talk to me.i was a mute and if i couldnt answer questions on time, people would beat me till im numb. So i carried on walking. They kept following me so i sped up my speed in walking. They did too. Eventually i gave in and turned around. They stopped and i froze. They wasnt even a they. No, i would call it fear. It graabed me by the throat and handed me a shredded hourglass into my palm. The flesh broke and my blood turned to red sand as the hourglass was forming back to normal the more the sand appeared. It whispered,"Your time is in my hands now. You should've just kept quiet and run home."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Deffinatly going to rrad the next book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So the book was honestly good, not overly great and spectacular but good. There were a few spelling errors but my real problem was this. So the guy Anwar from Africa and I get that but why in the world was he saying "dis" and "dat" (Quite literally)? I mean I just kinda found it slightly offensive because say he really did talk like that, but hes been alive for 600 something years so why does he still talk like that? You would think after living that long that your english would get better. And another thing is that no one else talked like thst in the whole book, out of all the characters, except the black guy from Africa. Lol I mean it seemed a little off to me but I could just be making a big deal of nothing. The relationship between Nathan and Trees "little fairy" was ok too. I think that they fell in love a bit to fast though, even though they were what seemed to be soul mates. There was no resistance or anything and she was a virgin but she was the first one who openly talked about wanting sex first and wasnt nervous so that was kinda weird for the fact that she was a virgin. She seemed to cry a lot to me, more-so about her father who had been dead for the longest time th her mom. I havent lost my parents yet but you would think that she would've been crying more about her just-in-a-car-accident-and-instantly-killed-mom. I don't know, I could be wrong about that though. The ending was sort of slow. It was like as the book got closer to the end it became a slower read from all the information. It was a honestly good book but there were just a few problems that I felt I had to adress for the people lol and to justify (Which mes explain if you didnt know because surprisingly people really don't know what that means even some adults and Im a kid who knows so yeah) . That was all my complaints I think. There was a lot, I know so sorry and sorry for any spelling errors or misspellings in my review. So this message has been approved by Larri Jackson. Its not Larry!! :-P