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Jacob can see--and his vision brings him great power. But he still hasn't found what he's been looking for. . . .

Danger is closing in. The stars are calling. And young Jacob Manford is restless. He's tried settling into life as a Seer, but he hasn't forgotten the ghostly boy who told him about a new colony--a colony for those who were once blind but can now see. A place fo
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Hardcover, 352 pages
Published April 29th 2008 by HarperTeen
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Kat
Mar 27, 2010 Kat rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: ya, fantasy
And this is where the Truesight trilogy gets waaaay too sci-fi. I mean, it already is a sci-fi book, but now it involves too much Star Wars-ish stuff. It's okay. I mean, I didn't hate it. I just didn't like the shift to the sci-fi extreme. 3/5
Cathy Ryan
A great ending to a wonderful trilogy. Lots of engaging characters and Jacob finds the place and people he has been drawn to in his visions after a long and arduous journey. Although this isn't the end of Jacob's adventures as he brings his people to a new safe world. He finally discovers where he belongs and what he needs to do. And although it's not spelled out, just Jacob's vision of himself returning to Xander and Delaney as a man, you know Jacob will see the people he's grown to love again. ...more
Jennifer Wardrip
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OTHERSPACE is the third and final title in the trilogy. You don't have to read the two books before it to understand this one, but it may help reduce any confusion if you check out TRUESIGHT and THE SEER first.

In this story, Jacob travels across the galaxy to find the boy in his dreams. Throughout this book he learns more about his talents and who he is as a person.

With unending twists and turns, OTHERSPACE is a highly enjoyable book.

I would recommend it t
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Julia
I enjoyed the Truesight trilogy but I think the ending was a little off. The whole journey that Jacob went through to find out who he is and what he can do was very thrilling and interesting but I feel like I was left with so many unanswered questions: What happened on the new planet?What about Delaney and Xander? How does Jacob do with his new powers? ETC. Other than that I was really pleased with the series, it brought a lot of moral and ethical questions to the forefront and really made me th ...more
Erin Reilly-Sanders
I found this title to be a quick enjoyable read, good for sort of middle grade readers, but enough of interest to discuss as a piece of dystopian literature at a higher level. Examining a puritanical group who chooses to produce blind children, the book follows out the experiment in a realistic way. The book is a little short to investigate both the pluses and minus of such a utopian commune, so it seems a little bit biased against the community, focusing on the main character
Becky
Very entertaining to the end. Usually I feel a let down with the ending of a trilogy, but I thought this series ended well, and it kept its suspense to the very end which I appreciated. This one of the 3 was definitely the most in the realm of science fiction, but I didn't mind (it's not usually my favorite genre). It was a great series.
Steffaney Smith
Book 1 was definitely my favorite of this trilogy. Glad I read them for the whole story, though. Jacob finally discovers his talent and the Seers will be safe from persecution. Star travel through the wormholes was an interesting side to this story! Very creative s.f.
Judy Desetti
It got too much into sci-fi for me. I lost some of the enthusiasm for the storyline. I did not finish the title. I plan to come back to this title later.
Dotty
should read earlier ones before this one
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David Stahler Jr. is a fourth-generation Vermonter who, in addition to writing, teaches at his alma mater, Lyndon Institute, in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.

An author of YA Fiction across a variety of genres with an emphasis on the strange and supernatural, his books include the TRUESIGHT trilogy (a science fiction series with a dystopian bent), DOPPELGANGER, A GATHERING OF SHADES, and SPINNI
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