Eyes to See
Publish date: October 11th 2011
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Jeremiah Hunt (#1)
This is a dark themed urban fantasy/supernatural fiction novel with some very vivid imagery. Hunt's way of seeing ghosts and through their eyes is distinctive. He's a very troubled character and not easy to like. I'll continue this series.Reviewed for Bitten by Books. http://bittenbybooks.com
** originally posted on www.bunnycates.com **Ok you guys! So.. I read this book the other day and wanted to wait a bit before I actually wrote up the review. WHY? you ask. Well, you know when you read a book and you think its so awesome that you immediately run and tell everyone who will listen th...
See my review of this book, and many more, at Tales from the Great East Road. "I gave up my eyes in order to see more clearly…" Jeremiah Hunt is a man determined for justice when his young daughter, Elizabeth, suddenly disappears. When the police find nothing, he can’t stand idly by and wait for act...
The back of EYES TO SEE promises a lot. A scary, thrilling, dark urban fantasy novel that will leave you wanting the lights on while you sleep. For me, it didn’t quite reach that level. With 275 pages of buildup to a climax that was extremely convenient, EYES TO SEE doesn’t live up to the aspiration...
drey’s thoughts:Fans of Harry Dresden will like Jeremiah Hunt. Unlike Harry, Jeremiah is blind, has no magical powers, and can barely function in normal society. What he can do is see ghosts – and make them go away. And like Harry, he helps the police – in Boston – whenever he can. This new series o...