Blind the Eyes

Blind the Eyes

by K.A. Wiggins


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781775162704
Publisher: Snowmelt & Stumps
Publication date: 10/05/2018
Series: Threads of Dreams , #1
Pages: 394
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

K.A. Wiggins writes YA Fantasy with an edge for ages 14 and up.

Her debut novel, BLIND THE EYES, launched in 2018. Join the newsletter to get an exclusive free 5 chapter preview ebook and audiobook.

Kaie has been creating urban legends about witches in the back wood and fairies in the snow melt since she was seven years old. She writes prickly misfits challenging the borders of the mundane, inspired by current stars Brenna Yovanoff, Kendare Blake, and Laini Taylor, and fantasy legends J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Madeleine L'Engle.

Born in Vancouver, BC, she freelances as a business writer and marketing consultant in the Canadian Pacific Northwest. Connect at or @kaiespace on social media.

Table of Contents

  • 1: Remnants
  • 2: Strangers
  • 3: Freedom
  • 4: Leftovers
  • 5: Susannah
  • 6: Secrets
  • 7: Morristu
  • 8: Disobedience
  • 9: Discovery
  • 10: Eternity
  • 11: Beauty
  • 12: Falling
  • 13: Determination
  • 14: Sixer
  • 15: Welcome
  • 16: Dust
  • 17: Victoire
  • 18: Rebels
  • 19: Schemes
  • 20: Exchange
  • 21: Liwan
  • 22: Visions
  • 23: Fuchsia
  • 24: Ash
  • 25: Ange
  • 26: Mannfor
  • 27: Compromise
  • 28: Maryam
  • 29: Haunting
  • 30: Reconciliation
  • 31: Cass
  • 32: Plans
  • 33: Stairs
  • 34: Drones
  • 35: Triumph
  • 36: Superior
  • 37: Reunion
  • 38: Failure
  • 39: Shame
  • 40: Exposed
  • 41: Forget
  • 42: Rescue
  • 43: Carnage
  • 44: Dreamscape
  • 45: Haynfyv
  • 46: Serovate
  • 47: Dreams
  • 48: Truth
  • 49: Cady
  • Acknowledgements
  • About the Author

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Blind the Eyes 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
E_A_Walsh More than 1 year ago
Blind the Eyes (Threads of Dreams #1) by K.A. Wiggins was a unique, twist dystopian that had me hooked from start to finish. I love finding books that are out of the box rare, and different. Right from the opening I was drawn in by the weird grey world and dark tones. There was a lifelessness to it that sparked my attention and pulled me in. Cole, our MC, does a fantastic job at setting the stage for one of the best reads of the year. I'm a little stuck and what to write, the plot is complex and I don't wan to give anything away. At the same time I want to gush about everything, spill all the secrets and shock you with the ending. There is a lot going on in this book, it has its own strange yet captivation writing stay that just traps you. You can't help but read, when you stop, the story is the back of your mind, and you feel a need to get back into that world, like if you're not reading the characters are stuck and calling for you. Now I must warn you, the way the info is giving in this book isn't straight forward, there is a lot of reading between the lines, and if you're not the type that likes cryptic story telling, then you might find this book a little odd and confusing. This book needs to be read with a opened mind and a openness to let yourself experience non-main-stream writing. Overall I highly recommend this book, it's a diamond in the rough, a hidden gem that has taken a risk with it's uncommon writing style and elaborate plot, to not only expand the world of writing, but has demonstrated that it's okay to step outside the norm, and be extraordinary different. Happy Reading -E.A. Walsh
Bobbi Wagner More than 1 year ago
This is my first book by this author, I highly suggest reading it. I enjoyed how she took a paranormal story and add some humor to it among a few other things. I also enjoyed the different characters and the journey of twists and turns they took me on. This book is about hopes and dreams and things not being as they seem. About secrets being exposed that could change things. The characters come alive in nightmares and fight to survive in them. They kept the story engaging and reading.