[Willo Davis Roberts] Ü The Girl with the Silver Eyes [carolinas-campaign PDF] Read Online Ì Reread for our classics discussion on Friday 8 28 One of the first scifi paranormal books I ever remember reading, and one that still holds up as an adult I loved the whole idea of a girl with telekinetic powers who doesn t fit anywhere until she finds out that there is a small group of other kids just like her Well written with memorable characters and a lovely old cat , it s one of the first books that started my love for non realistic fiction This one s a bit obscure, but it s still in print and available as an ebook, and well worth seeking out.
I read this so many times as a child, and wished I was a character in the book.
One of the first scifi paranormal books I ever remember reading, and one that still holds up as an adult I loved the whole idea of a girl with telekinetic powers who doesn t fit anywhere until she finds out that there is a small group of other kids just like her Well written with memorable characters, it s the book that started my love for supernatural books It s a shame the author s other books never really lived up to this one.
This was one of my favorite books for a long time I reread it at regular intervals, and never ceased to thrill every time Katie learned to use her powers in a different and spectacular way I identified strongly with Katie, I think, because I was also an extremely precocious child whom grownups found intimidating and inscrutable, and I valued anyone who treated me like a real person instead of a freak or a genius.
Reread for our classics discussion on Friday 8 28 One of the first scifi paranormal books I ever remember reading, and one that still holds up as an adult I loved the whole idea of a girl with telekinetic powers who doesn t fit anywhere until she finds out that there is a small group of other kids just like her Well written with memorable characters and a lovely old cat , it s one of the first books that started my love for non realistic fiction This one s a bit obscure, but it s still in print and available as an ebook, and well worth seeking out.
I read this so many times as a child, and wished I was a character in the book.
One of the first scifi paranormal books I ever remember reading, and one that still holds up as an adult I loved the whole idea of a girl with telekinetic powers who doesn t fit anywhere until she finds out that there is a small group of other kids just like her Well written with memorable characters, it s the book that started my love for supernatural books It s a shame the author s other books never really lived up to this one.
This was one of my favorite books for a long time I reread it at regular intervals, and never ceased to thrill every time Katie learned to use her powers in a different and spectacular way I identified strongly with Katie, I think, because I was also an extremely precocious child whom grownups found intimidating and inscrutable, and I valued anyone who treated me like a real person instead of a freak or a genius.
Updated review Rereading a childhood favorite is risky Yet this is one of those books that I remembered so fondly that I had to give it another try once I realized it s back in print Or still in print Luckily, that gamble paid off The story may not be perfect, and the ending left me wanting , but I had such a good time reading it The characters came to life on the page and Katie is still a girl I d want to be my best friend As an adult and an author , I love how Willo Davis Roberts writes from a child s perspective without infantilizing the character Katie doesn t think she needs an adult to look after her and she doesn t mind telling people what she thinks The book holds up well, even as it shows the ways childhood was different in the 1980s whether you had silver eyes or not original review I admit, I haven t read this book in at least 20 years, probably 4th or 5th grade, but I loved it back then I think most kids adults too relate to stories where the protagonist is different but discovers that not only are the differences a good thing super powers , but that they may someday find others who are like them.
I m tempted to pick up this book again, but I have such good memories that I m not sure I want to chance rereading it with grown up eyes.
The little one said it perfectly, as we neared the end of the book But, like, it hasn t even started yet While well written with likable characters, it felt like the first 7 8 of the book was just setting up the story, and then the climax kind of just plopped out like cold Beefaroni into a dirty bowl Perhaps we ve been spoiled with all the decent paranormal and superhero fiction available nowadays, but we sort of expected from a tale about a young girl with telekinesis.
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Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you An amazing classic, sci fi read I should have read this a long time ago and if you haven t read this yet, I really think you should amend that.
Sort of Carrie , only fun than horrifying A young girl with silver eyes and some mysterious powers decides to use her powers to fight back when her uniqueness becomes a matter of scientific interest Along the way she discovers that she isn t the only one thus gifted Book worm nerds with telekinesis



The little one said it perfectly, as we neared the end of the book But, like, it hasn t even started yet While well written with likable characters, it felt like the first 7 8 of the book was just setting up the story, and then the climax kind of just plopped out like cold Beefaroni into a dirty bowl Perhaps we ve been spoiled with all the decent paranormal and superhero fiction available nowadays, but we sort of expected from a tale about a young girl with telekinesis.
Updated review Rereading a childhood favorite is risky Yet this is one of those books that I remembered so fondly that I had to give it another try once I realized it s back in print Or still in print Luckily, that gamble paid off The story may not be perfect, and the ending left me wanting , but I had such a good time reading it The characters came to life on the page and Katie is still a girl I d want to be my best friend As an adult and an author , I love how Willo Davis Roberts writes from a child s perspective without infantilizing the character Katie doesn t think she needs an adult to look after her and she doesn t mind telling people what she thinks The book holds up well, even as it shows the ways childhood was different in the 1980s whether you had silver eyes or not original review I admit, I haven t read this book in at least 20 years, probably 4th or 5th grade, but I loved it back then I think most kids adults too relate to stories where the protagonist is different but discovers that not only are the differences a good thing super powers , but that they may someday find others who are like them.
I m tempted to pick up this book again, but I have such good memories that I m not sure I want to chance rereading it with grown up eyes.
An amazing classic, sci fi read I should have read this a long time ago and if you haven t read this yet, I really think you should amend that.
Sort of Carrie , only fun than horrifying A young girl with silver eyes and some mysterious powers decides to use her powers to fight back when her uniqueness becomes a matter of scientific interest Along the way she discovers that she isn t the only one thus gifted Book worm nerds with telekinesis