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!!> Read ➱ Sages Eyes ➵ Author V.C. Andrews – Eiyo.us

Sages Eyes Sixteen Year Old Sage Is A Lonely Child Her Adoptive Parents Watch Her Obsessively, As If Studying Her For Warning Signs Of Something And Maybe They Re Right To Even She Can T Make Sense Of The Strange Things She Sees And Hears She Possesses Knowledge That Other Teenagers Don T, That Her Parents And Teachers No Adult Could Possibly Have So When Sage Finally Makes A Friend Who Understands Her Alarming Gift, He Becomes Her Confidant, A Precarious Link To The Truth About Who She Really Is For Sage And The Alluring New Boy At School Share Many Things In Common Perhaps, They Ll Learn, Far Too Many Things.

!!> Read ➱ Sages Eyes  ➵ Author V.C. Andrews – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • 390 pages
  • Sages Eyes
  • V.C. Andrews
  • English
  • 26 July 2018
  • 1451650914

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➱ Sages Eyes ➵ Author V.C. Andrews – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    www.melissa413readsalot.blogspot.comI have loved so many V.C Andrews books over the years and some I only felt meh about When I first started this one I was really into the book I wanted to know what was going on with Sage, but then it just fell into the meh stage and I really hate that Now don t get me wrong, I liked the book just fine, it just wasn t the wow factor for me, but I m sure it will for many out there Sage hears ghosts whispering to her in the night to comfort her, but he www.melissa413readsalot.blogspot.comI have loved so many V.C Andrews books over the years and some I only felt meh about When I first started this one I was really into the book I wanted to know what was going on with Sage, but then it just fell into the meh stage and I really hate that Now don t get me wrong, I liked the book just fine, it just wasn t the wow factor for me, but I m sure it will for many out there Sage hears ghosts whispering to her in the night to comfort her, but her adoptive parents tell her it s not real and to not talk about it They have all kinds of secrets from her and they watch her all of the time..Every birthday since I was ten made me aware that they were looking ...


  2. says:

    DNF 63%I have always had fond memories of V.C Andrews, and enjoyed her books a lot during high school When I saw this latest offering I was very excited, but unfortunately it appears as if her earlier magic just isn t present in this book The plot was way too slow for me and I felt that the writing was oddly formal I actually thought that this book took place at l...


  3. says:

    That I barely remember anything from this book is likely a blessing, because what I do remember of it is terrible.Put short, this novel would ve fared better had it been written in the 1990s That it s been published twenty years later does not serve it well V C Andrews is not good at writing paranormals, as evidenced here in Sage s Eyes.But worse than the pitiful attempt at supernatural activity isthe self referencing The characters go to see a movie adaptation of Ruby yes, based on th That I barely remember anything from this book is likely a blessing, because what I do remember of it is terrible.Put short, this novel would ve fared be...


  4. says:

    I received a copy of this book via the publishers at netgalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you It will be released on Janurary 26, 2016 4 Dramatic Stars Sage isn t the normal teenage girl that she wished she could be She seeing things from the past, she see s other people s future, and she acts like a person from another century Her adoptive parents don t appreciate Sage s gifts and instead of accepting her for who she they keep her from living a normal teenage life Sage al I received a copy of this book via the publishers at netgalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you It will be released on Janurary 26, 2016 4 Dramatic Stars Sage isn t the normal teenage girl that she wished she could be She seeing things from the past, she see s other people s future, and she acts like a person from another century Her adoptive parents don t appreciate Sage s gifts and instead of accepting her for who she they keep her from living a normal teenage life Sage also has a hard time fitting in with her peers at school This has a little to do with both the way her parents treat her and her visions So where do these visions come from Was her birth mother just like her Or is she delusional These are the answers that Sage seeks in V.C Andrews s newest novel Sages Eyes.For most of my life I have been a huge fan of V.C Andrews and my feel...


  5. says:

    This book was complete and utter crap not that I or anyone else should be surprised at this point It has all of the earmarks of a Neiderman book cardboard character, lack of research Neiderman just uses a bunch of stereotypes for Wiccans without showing any real understanding of the traditions of Wiccan and Paganism and a contrived plot filled with slow parts and repetition.This book is a lot like Daughter of Darkness another one of Neiderman s god awful books Sage knows she is uniqu This book was complete and utter crap not that I or anyone else should be surprised at this point It has all of the earmarks of a Neiderman book cardboard character, lack of research Neiderman just uses a bunch of stereotypes for Wiccans without showing any real understanding of the traditions of Wiccan and Paganism and a contrived plot filled with slow parts and repetition.This bo...


  6. says:

    This book wasn t for me Although I do like Virginia Andrews VC Andrews writing style this book just didn t keep my interest at this time.


  7. says:

    I received an advanced reading copy of this publication in exchange for an honest review.3 5 StarsWhen this publication first popped up in my Netgalley search, I was drawn to it immediately The name V.C Andrews holds a lot of sentimental value because I grew up reading these hand me down books from my mother and my grandmother I was completely elated when I was approved for the title That being said, this is technically the first publication I ve read that was written by her ghost writer Wh I received an advanced reading copy of this publication in exchange for an honest review.3 5 StarsWhen this publication first popped up in my Netgalley search, I was drawn to it immediately The name V.C Andrews holds a lot of sentimental value because I grew up reading these hand me down books from my mother and my grandmother I was completely elated when I was approved for the title That being ...


  8. says:

    Not knowing what to expect in this book I went into this with open mind You get hints of the subject matter throughout the entire book Something creepy and weird is going on the main character and most of the book revolves around of the strangeness of her ability to see what s going to happen with other people plus her ability to hear and see things no one else can Not only that, but the reactions her parents have to her watching and questioning every move that she makes, is weird too.Then Not knowing what to expect in this book I went into this with open mind You get hints of the subject matter throughout the entire book Something creepy and weird is going on the main character and most of the book revolves around of the strangeness of her ability to see what s going to happen with other people plus her ability to hear and see things no one else can Not on...


  9. says:

    Truthfully I was disappointed by this one It started off SO well, and I thought it would be super eerie and chilling.Not so much The plot was predicable, but it was enjoyable so I ll give it that And there s a hope for a darker hopefully sequel We ll see.


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I received a copy from Netgalley.I haven t read a VC Andrews book in years Initially I discovered them whilst volunteering in a charity shop one summer when I was home from university and kept seeing the books donated And I devoured them But eventually stopped when I got to the DeBeers series as I realised the plots all seem to follow the same formula I ve noticed some newer ones floating around the last couple of years, but when I saw this one pop up on Netgalley, I figured, what the hell I received a copy from Netgalley.I haven t read a VC Andrews book in years Initially I discovered them whilst volunteering in a charity shop one summer when I was home from university and kept seeing the books donated And I devoured them But eventually stopped when I got to the DeBeers series as I re...

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