For young Caryn Dearborne, the cornea operation enabled her to see more than just light and shadow for the first time. For Todd Reynolds, it was his chance to run and play like other little boys. For these two children, the sudden death of another child had been the miracle they had been waiting for. But with their eyesight came another kind of vision - of evil, horror, destruction. Now they could see into other people's minds. They could see their thoughts, their worst fears, their deepest terrors. And they could see the gruesome deaths that awaited the unwary. If only Caryn and Todd wished for it hard enough they could make anything come true.
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See No Evil based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I enjoyed this little book. It was a quick read that I didn't have to think about too much, which was a nice change after I had just read a couple of more serious books. I love the cheesy, but creepy, graphics on the covers of some of these older horror books.