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See No Evil (Rustic Knoll Bible Camp #3) (Volume 3) Paperback – May 5, 2015
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I enjoyed the way Mary brought all of the main character together at the end, how they affected each other in this book and tying up their after camp lives.
I highly recommend this and the other two Rustic Knolls book to any age reader!!
See No Evil provides an interesting glimpse of the struggles of a teenage boy coping with blindness. Typical of Mary Hamilton, powerful spiritual lessons are woven into the story. She doesn't shy away from the pervasive issue of pornography, and the discussion questions at the end of the book are excellent.
However, I think there are some issues with believability of the characters and/or plot, at certain points in the story. For instance, I find it hard to believe that an extremely competitive teenage boy would so easily relinquish control of his most-prized possession. The character in question also experiences some betrayal, and very rapidly switches from an angry, punching-the-walls outburst of rage, to gooey melting compassion and concern for the offending friend’s behavior. In a heartbeat, righteous indignation turned to listening for the friend’s underlying reasons for treachery. In real life, things rarely happen so smoothly. Often there’s a period of refusal to speak to one another, or at least for tempers and hurt feelings to settle a bit. Furthermore, while theological concepts are sprinkled throughout the book, they are simplistically addressed, and lack a generally satisfactory resolution. Wouldn’t a kid that has been going to Bible camp for over a decade have heard of one’s body as a temple of the Holy Spirit? One would think so. That said, many younger readers and those less familiar with core Christian concepts would probably find coverage of the fundamentals quite thought provoking.
Despite all that, I thought the book was well worth the read, and several nuggets of wisdom emerged plainly.Read more ›
Steven seemed the real villain to me, not his friend Dillon, because of his actions. This made it seem there wasn't a hero to root for, but that's true to life sometimes. I did feel that Nurse Willie was a completely boring whiner who selfishly made kids tend to her needs while she splayed her personal disappointments on them. I hadn't read the previous books, so perhaps I don't understand why they cared so much about her.
This book wasn't really my thing, because the subject matter doesn't interest me. However, I know many Christians are deeply conscious of sexting and virtual temptations and would find this book excellent to give their kids, or to read themselves. I will certainly read the earlier books in the Rustic Knoll series.
I received a free copy in exchange for my honest review. The opinions expressed are my own. I was not required to give a favorable review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
See No Evil, the third book in the Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series, is my favorite of the three. Previous characters are present, but with blind teen Steven as the main character. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cynthia T.
See No Evil is the third book in the Rustic Knoll series, and I found the YA book very interesting. I enjoyed seeing Steven work through his problem that dealt with one form of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Patricia Bradley
The Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series is a great read for any age. See No Evil is a great continuation and conclusion of the series. It deals with real life issues facing teens. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Let's just be clear, if we want boys to read, we must find books for them. As an avid book-finding mom, and now a church librarian, I can vouch that this series fills the bill for... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Susan K.
This is the final series and I am sorry to see it end. This interesting series provides great discussion for young teens and their parents.Published 14 months ago by Lu
I just finished reading the most recent and final book in the series, and loved it.
Each book centers around different characters and the problems they bring with them... Read more
See No Evil by Mary L. Hamilton tackles a tough topic--sexting and pornography--that I've never seen addressed in YA lit. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michelle Welsh
“SEE NO EVIL” was a very enjoyable book – the last of the series and well put together.
Steven (born blind) was one of the main characters in the first two books and he had... Read more