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Open Heart - Emlyn Chand
Open Heart
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4.00 105
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780983930846 (0983930848)
Publisher: Blue Crown Press
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Farsighted (#2)
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Turner's Antics
Turner's Antics rated it
Open Heart was very different from Farsighted. Being from a teenage girl’s perspective is something that I usually read anyway, but Farsighted was a lot more paranormal fantasy than Open Heart. I did love this book, but for very different reasons than the first book. Emlyn Chand has amazing talent; ...
Chapter by Chapter
Chapter by Chapter rated it
4.0 Open Heart
Book 2 of the Farsighted series by Emlyn chand, Open Heart, was a perfect follow up to book 1. It was wonderful to be reunited with this cast of characters, and will admit that I really enjoyed this one more than the first. Although it does contain a subject matter that is all too real, author Eml...
Cherie Reads
Cherie Reads rated it
4.0 Open Heart (Farsighted 2)
Each book in the Farsighted series is written from the point of view of a different character. The first book, Farsighted, was written from the POV of Alex, a blind teenager who develops psychic powers that allow him to "see" flashes of events. He develops a crush on Simmi, another gifted teen who...
Mother.GAMER.Writer rated it
4.0 Open Heart
Originally Reviewed At:Mother/Gamer/WriterRating: 4 out of 5 ControllersReview Source: Blog TourReviewer: BaileyOpen Heart is the story of an insecure girl named Simmi. Over the course of the book, Simmi has a lot to deal with, whether it is centered around her powers or typical high school drama. N...
Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it
4.0 Open Heart
This book deals with some pretty heavy issues. Trust and eating disorders being the major ones. It's also told from Simmi's perspective. Simmi seems like a completely different person from Farsighted. A lot of this could be because of how Alex sees her. But she never seemed so distraught before...
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