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Points of View

4.40  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Blind, young Londoner, Horace Mayberry can only dream about being a secret agent, until he acquires intelligent artificial eyes with superhuman abilities and is recruited into a secret government department.

What if you were blind, and suddenly the government offered you a way to see again by supplying you with high-tech eyes, known as intelligent Nanotronic BioVision, allo
Published August 1st 2012 by Eternal Press (first published July 31st 2012)
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Kurt Springs
Jul 28, 2014 Kurt Springs rated it liked it
Young Londoner, Horace Maberry was blind and could only dream about being a secret agent. That is until he acquired intelligent artificial eyes. His Nanotronic BioVision eyes allow him to see the world in a new way, and give him the ability to do more than just see, and he recruited in to a secret government agency. Yet other forces want this technology for far darker reasons. Five weapons have been stolen from the lab where his eyes were created. He finds he can detect them and communicate with ...more
Susan Keefe
Dec 18, 2012 Susan Keefe rated it it was amazing
Horace Mayberry has always dreamed of becoming a special agent, but being born with eye problems, his dreams seem even more impossible when, just after his 17th birthday he becomes totally blind.

Then Professor Oscar Freeman enters his life and offers him a revolutionary procedure, which he has developed at his special nanotechnological laboratory.

Soon Horace discovers the laboratory is government funded, and the military have many uses for his eyes. His training commences and Captain Aubrey Jac
Rebecca Minto
Aug 05, 2012 Rebecca Minto rated it really liked it
If you are the type of person who hates adventure, action and excitement, do not pick up this book. If, however, you are a person much like myself that likes to be captivated by gripping edge-of-your-seat action, then you will definitely want to read this book. The action is non-stop, from the first paragraph to the last. I lost a little sleep reading Points of View because I simply couldn't stop until I know what happened next. It is a well-written tale, and one that grips the imagination. You ...more
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Tony Thorne
Sep 17, 2012 Tony Thorne rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Tony Thorne MBE, a Chartered Design Engineer, built up a research and development company in Kent, England. Its eventual worldwide commercial success led to him being awarded the MBE by the Queen. Now retired, he writes speculative, science and fantasy, fiction and has published over fifteen collections of short stories, including the award winning TENERIFE TALL TALES trilogy, and MACABRE TALES. A ...more
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