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Eyes to See: A Jeremiah Hunt Supernatual Thriller (The Jeremiah Hunt Chronicle) Kindle Edition
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Then one day he decides to undergo an arcane ritual, causing him to lose his normal sight in exchange for an ability to see “that which is unseen”. Now he can see all manner of ghost and spirits – and to his great shock the world is full of them. He is convinced that somehow his new gift will help him to find his daughter, but his life becomes ever more bizarre. He takes on odd jobs chasing away unwanted spirits that are haranguing the living, and also uses some of his skills to help out the police.
A series of brutal murders that he helps to investigate seem to be somehow linked to his daughter’s disappearance, and soon Hunt is sucked into a battle with an ancient and evil force. What can he find out about his daughter’s fate? Might she still be alive? With a mixture of blindness, special sight and obsession, he is lured towards a dreadful finale.
John’s thoughts: This was my second dive into the fantasy genre in the last few weeks – a genre that doesn’t normally attract me. While there is much in here that will appeal to fantasy fans, I must admit that my attention was wandering by the time I’d got halfway through the book. I guess I can only take so many ghosts and ghoulies and this story is full of them. Not to mention witches and magick.
It is clear from some other reviews that I saw that many readers do rate this book highly and I can see why. The plot was interesting, the writing was tight and fast-paced, the Hunt character is certainly intriguing and the story is hard boiled and dark in extremes. Throughout it all Hunt’s pain and anguish ooze from the pages. If those things all sound good to you and you like urban fantasy, then you should jump right in. It’s just not quite my cup of tea.
I’d still rate the book three stars, as it is well written and imaginative. (It’s also got a terrific cover).
I will admit, right out of the gate I was excited to read Eyes to See because I think that this book has a seriously fantastic cover. In my reading experience, no book full of bad writing has a cover THAT good. So I got started!
I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!
I went into Eyes to See not really sure what to expect. The best I can come up with for what type of book Eyes to See is would be....take urban fantasy, mix with a some classic suspense/thriller, combine with a serious dose of the supernatural/paranormal and then add just a pinch of humor and a dash of testosterone. That's Eyes to See. As funny as this may sound, fans of the show Supernatural would TOTALLY dig this book. Also, I don't know many guys that read urban fantasy. The genre as a whole tends to be more aimed at females. However, I strongly feel that Jeremiah Hunt would appeal to a lot of guys and I highly recommend it for men as well as women.
Jeremiah is a fun character. He's been stricken by grief over the disappearance of his daughter and then his wife giving up hope and turns to an act borne of pure desperation. It has left him cold and cynical and jaded but still soft enough that he experiences fear. He's not so hardened that he will go into any situation, guns a blazin'. Take all that darkness and picture it with a nice sarcastic sense of humor. Ah!! My kind of character to follow. I fell in love with this guy right away. He's not your typical urban fantasy hero with the bulging muscles and perfect hair but he's feels very real.
This book takes you on a wild ride, introducing you to Hunt and the rest of the supporting cast. We learn a LOT about Hunt and how he got to where he is now, who he used to be, why he does what he does. We also meet some great characters, not just Hunt.
Oh! And the Big Bad of this book - oooooh, he's a CRUEL bastard. I love it!
A note in regards to the series as a whole - it is a good thing that I read Eyes to See before I picked up King of the Dead (Jeremiah Hunt #2). This series is most certainly NOT a series you can read as standalone novels. However, after reading Eyes to See, I can't for the life of me figure out why anyone would want to miss out on this book anyway!
I am giving Eyes to See 5 stars! A fantastic start to a really promising series! I will definitely be following this series to the end!
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