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The Eye-Dancers by Michael S. Fedison
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The story begins with a 12 year old boy, Mitchell, who has bad dreams and one night, it manifests into something more. He confides in his only friend Joe, a swarthy hot-tempered boy. The two realise they are having the same dream and about ‘ghost girl’. A third boy, Ryan is also experiencing the dream. The three decide to have a sleep over to find out what is going on and enlist the help of the class genius Marc. He however, is sceptical and thinks there is a plausible and scientific reason behind what is happening to them. What happens next, catapults the boys into a world in a parallel universe.

I like the way the author has created an alternate world, familiar yet very different. The story told by each of the characters’ point of view was an interesting choice as it allowed the reader to follow the rollercoaster ride each boy experienced. This is a journey of self-discovery and growth as much as it is about adventure and mystery. Woven neatly into the storyline is friendship and accepting the differences in people.

It was enjoyable and easy to read. Boys and girls who like science fiction/fantasy/adventure will enjoy The Eye-Dancers and will relate to the characters in the story.
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May 27, 2013 – Finished Reading
May 29, 2013 – Shelved

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