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Behold the Eye: Cerulea (Book 2)
by Veronica R. Tabares   

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Children

Publisher:  Sun Break Publishing ISBN-10:  0981555721 Type: 
Pages: 

192

Copyright:  2008 ISBN-13:  9780981555720
Fiction

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Vickie is rescued from the land of dreams to find herself trapped in a world not her own; risking everything, she must find her way back home.

Behold the Eye: Cerulea brings together the world of dreams and the allure of  adventure into an imaginative journey of mystery and danger. Through the use of diary entries and traditional narrative, creative and ingenious storytelling shows how everyone has a gift, even if they don’t take full advantage of it, and that even between worlds, where the veils are blurred, friends matter and hope is never lost.
 
Behold the Eye: Cerulea transports the reader from the familiar world of everyday concerns to the extraordinary world of imagination, where anything can happen, and often does. Told in a familiar, contemporary voice and written in a narrative style reminiscent of modern, young-adult classics Behold the Eye: Cerulea conveys an uplifting message for readers of all ages that both inspires and entertains. Ages 9-12.


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Reader Reviews for "Behold the Eye: Cerulea (Book 2)"

Reviewed by Ann Hauer 2/11/2010
Behold the Eye: Cerulea, the second of this very thrilling trilogy, is just a wonderfully fun and exciting as Behold the Eye: Braumaru! We open again with a letter to Vickie’s local librarian, not only addressing one book, but two books now being misplaced as ‘fiction’ as she experienced the tale. We also learn that our ‘evil’ character, Roland, has left behind a daughter. Through various journal entries, one concludes that she is feeling some anger and frustration at her father for leaving her and her mother for so long without a word.

It was through a series of unfortunate events that Roland trapped a young girl to help him “dream travel” into an ancient realm to gain what he felt was rightfully his. Now, the young girl, Vickie is trapped in this ancient realm. Luckily, she has the assistance of young Micah and her new friend Shanti to help her adjust and fit in. Micah and Shanti found it best to help her get back home by going to the land of Cerulea, which is the land where everyone goes to study. Here, Vickie learns a valuable lesson about even thinking negative thoughts can bring you trouble.

Back at home, Vickie’s other friends decide the best way to track the events that she missed is to journal them for her. The three girls take turns with the journal respectively and the reader can see the emotions these girls feel as they deal with the loss of their close friend. They refuse to believe that she is truly gone, as they still feel there is a connection to Vickie – in their dreams. It is most interesting when they attempt to contact her to send her a message regarding her mother and Heaven forbid – repeating the sixth grade… that would split the group up.

In Cerulea, Vicki and her new friends search in vain for the answer to get her home, but are delayed, as they must teach the young girl to control her thoughts. Much unbeknownst to the group, Roland has been following Vickie as despite all the efforts of training, he can easily track her. Since he was able to trap her earlier, he recalls her weaknesses and attempts to do so again to continue with his ‘royal’ plans.

This is certainly a very quick and simple book for most ages. I for one, am very much considering honoring my young son’s requests as he has been asking to read these books with me. There is plenty of suspense and action, but nothing so terrifying that it could cause a young child (like mine) distress. Just like the first installment, this book was packed with imagination and I truly enjoy the message of watching your dreams, as well as the fact that one can control what they dream. I have the final book in this trilogy and I can hardly wait to see how this wonderful, amazing story comes to a close!

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