Eyes Wide Open, the Full Story

Eyes Wide Open, the Full Story

Books 1-4

Book - 2014
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Christy and Austin, teenage friends with "forgotten" childhoods, get lost in a mental hospital in Boston. Hospital administration gives them new names and identities, as Scott and Alice. As their perceptions of reality shift and they search for the truth, they meet an enigmatic Outlaw who helps them see beyond the lies.
Publisher: Brentwood, Tenn. : Worthy Publishing, c2014
ISBN: 9781617952739
Branch Call Number: DEK
Characteristics: 277 p. ;,22 cm


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Sep 04, 2016

A little too confusing for me. Usually, I can follow the storyline pretty well, but this book was too much. I did get some of the symbolism, and some of it I'm sure went right over my head. The ending felt rushed and a bit bland, especially after the suspense of the rest of the story. It was super intense, but clean, so that was good. Overall, it was a complicated Christian psychological thriller worth reading if you have really good recall for details, plenty of time, and a willingness to search out the meaning and symbolism. (I rated it as suitable for 15+ just because of how complicated it is.)

Dec 21, 2015

Great start! I loved the first few parts of the book, very captivating, but somewhere towards the middle of the book I lost interest and was frustrated with how unrealistic and confusing the book became. The ending was disappointing, but I was happy it was over. I understood the point the author was trying to make, but no.

I just read this. Marvelous! Dekker at his best!

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NYPL Staff Pick
Hacker, the third book in this collection, takes concepts of quantum mechanics to fantastical conclusions, this story follows 17-year-old Nyah Parks as she and her friend Austin attempt to hack the capabilities of the human brain and thereby take on the world's largest corporations.
- Jenny Baum, Jefferson Market

Jul 18, 2014

This book moves along quickly enough and keeps the reader's interest. I found that I was thinking constantly about what he was trying to say and think that it is an excellent book for a high school and teaches a great lesson on being satisfied with who you are.

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Sep 04, 2016

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Jul 18, 2014

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