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The seer : Book Two of the Truesight Trilogy. / Jr Stahler, David.

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  • ISBN: 9781301728688 (electronic bk)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Publisher: Los Gatos : Smashwords Edition, 2013.

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Summary, etc.: No longer blind, Jacob does not belong in Harmony. Now he must live among the Seers...Jacob Manford had accepted his life in Harmony as a member of a blind community...until he began to see. When the truth about his world was revealed, he made a narrow escape into an uncertain future.Now, venturing across the lonely plains of his planet, his survival is at stake. With every Seer he encounters, Jacob is learning about a wider world, one governed by all-powerful corporations, populated by frenetic crowds, and navigated by flying machines. In this dazzling and unsettling new world, Jacob must learn that things are rarely as they appear upon first sight.Meanwhile, Jacob's sight is but the first of many strange and unexpected abilities-powers he has yet to develop that help him seen the truth before those he loves are lost forever.Soon Jacob is embroiled in a high-stakes mission. Will the dangers in the Seers' world lead him right back to the dangers he was trying to escape in Harmony?"Contemplative flashbacks intermingle with suspenseful sequences and an overall quick pacing to create a story successful in drawing in new readers and keeping returning fans intrigued. The nonstop action leaves eager readers waiting for the final installment."-The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books"Themes of trust, fitting in, dependency, and making choices will appeal to young readers."-School Library Journal
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Subject: Juvenile Fiction.
Science Fiction.
Genre: Electronic books.

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