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A girl with a telepathic gift finds a boy clinging to his last hope during the war-torn climate of Europe, 1940. At fifteen, Kit Cavendish is one the oldest evacuees to escape London at the start of the Second World War due to a long term illness that sees her stuck in a wheelchair most of the time. But Kit has an extraordinary psychic power: she can put herself into the mi A girl with a telepathic gift finds a boy clinging to his last hope during the war-torn climate of Europe, 1940. At fifteen, Kit Cavendish is one the oldest evacuees to escape London at the start of the Second World War due to a long term illness that sees her stuck in a wheelchair most of the time. But Kit has an extraordinary psychic power: she can put herself into the minds of others, see through their eyes, feel their emotions, even talk to them – though she dares not speak out for fear of her secret ability being exposed. As Kit settles into her new life in the North Wales village of Bryn Eira Bach, solitude and curiosity encourage her to gain better control of her gift. Until one day her search for information on the developing war leads her to the mind of Henri, a seventeen-year-old Norwegian boy witnessing the German occupation of his beloved city, Oslo. As Henri discovers more about the English girl occupying his mind, the psychic and emotional bonds between them strengthen and Kit guides him through an oppressive and dangerous time. There are secrets to be uncovered, both at home and abroad, and it’s up to Kit and Henri to come together and fight their own battles in the depths of the world’s greatest war.


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A girl with a telepathic gift finds a boy clinging to his last hope during the war-torn climate of Europe, 1940. At fifteen, Kit Cavendish is one the oldest evacuees to escape London at the start of the Second World War due to a long term illness that sees her stuck in a wheelchair most of the time. But Kit has an extraordinary psychic power: she can put herself into the mi A girl with a telepathic gift finds a boy clinging to his last hope during the war-torn climate of Europe, 1940. At fifteen, Kit Cavendish is one the oldest evacuees to escape London at the start of the Second World War due to a long term illness that sees her stuck in a wheelchair most of the time. But Kit has an extraordinary psychic power: she can put herself into the minds of others, see through their eyes, feel their emotions, even talk to them – though she dares not speak out for fear of her secret ability being exposed. As Kit settles into her new life in the North Wales village of Bryn Eira Bach, solitude and curiosity encourage her to gain better control of her gift. Until one day her search for information on the developing war leads her to the mind of Henri, a seventeen-year-old Norwegian boy witnessing the German occupation of his beloved city, Oslo. As Henri discovers more about the English girl occupying his mind, the psychic and emotional bonds between them strengthen and Kit guides him through an oppressive and dangerous time. There are secrets to be uncovered, both at home and abroad, and it’s up to Kit and Henri to come together and fight their own battles in the depths of the world’s greatest war.

30 review for The Mind's Eye

  1. 5 out of 5

    Maribel Platypire Reviews

    I've had this gem on my kindle app ever since last December (or was is January?) and I've let it gather dust. Since Joood read it, I thought it was high time I brought it out and began reading it. This is the first book from K.C. Finn that I have read, and it did not disappoint. The story starts out with Kit and her brother being shipped off on a train during wartime. You know right away that she is disabled, but the story doesn't revolve around how she isn't normal. Rather, the story revolves a I've had this gem on my kindle app ever since last December (or was is January?) and I've let it gather dust. Since Joood read it, I thought it was high time I brought it out and began reading it. This is the first book from K.C. Finn that I have read, and it did not disappoint. The story starts out with Kit and her brother being shipped off on a train during wartime. You know right away that she is disabled, but the story doesn't revolve around how she isn't normal. Rather, the story revolves around her psychic powers and how she strives to expand those powers while also striving to improve her physical mobility. She's a strong, brave, fighter of a character who does what she can to be useful to those around her. You also get so emotionally involved in the lives and fate of all the characters, even the ones you may have hated at the beginning. Take Blod and Dr. Bickerstaff; I was convinced I hated them at the beginning of the story, but somehow I became invested in how their story would turn out. It's hard not to become attached to all of them and feel for them when things go awry. The concept of the story is pretty cool. How often do you read about characters with psychic powers who help out during WWII? It's not an idea I've come across until now, and I must say the story succeeded in thoroughly captivating my attention, so much that I couldn't wait until it was morning so I could finish reading the book. The relationship between Kit and Henri is a sweet one, and when Kit spoke to Henri for the first time I was laughing just imaging how Henri must have felt having someone talking to him inside his head. They are sweet together, and are an incredible team when they work together, even if they are not together physically. If that makes sense, haha. I loved this story because of the many different qualities it possesses. It's light and funny at times, romantic and sweet, dangerous and adventurous, and sometimes even sad and heartbreaking. It's a well-rounded story that I feel everyone should read. And because I absolutely adored The Mind's Eye, I give it 5/5 Platypires!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dianne

    How can a book written about the horrific World War II era be called beautiful, enthralling and completely romantic, yet still have bleak, devastating and heart-wrenching moments? The Mind’s Eye by K.C. Finn is all of that and more. Aimed at the young adult audience, K.C. Finn has captured history and brought it to life with her words and her imagination, while using factual events to breathe her tale to life. Wheelchair bound, Kit and her brother are evacuated from London as the war begins and a How can a book written about the horrific World War II era be called beautiful, enthralling and completely romantic, yet still have bleak, devastating and heart-wrenching moments? The Mind’s Eye by K.C. Finn is all of that and more. Aimed at the young adult audience, K.C. Finn has captured history and brought it to life with her words and her imagination, while using factual events to breathe her tale to life. Wheelchair bound, Kit and her brother are evacuated from London as the war begins and are taken in by a warm and caring family in Wales. There is more t Kit than a teen in a wheelchair, she has psychic powers that she hides from others. Was it fate that somehow connected her to a Norwegian boy, Henri who is witnessing the horrors of the Nazi devastation of his homeland? Their connection becomes a beacon that leads them to each other in Wales where Henri decides he must join the British army to fight to destroy the enemy, a brave and willing combatant. Not so willing, but duty-bound, Kit’s physician is also called to repair the damages of battle. With him will go secrets shared by Kit’s “stepsister.” Heroes will die, but with Kit’s gift, others may find their way home. Live through Kit’s eyes and see the brutal reality of war when men become pawns in the political games of war. Watch a young girl grow before your eyes as love gives her the strength and determination to become a hero in her own right. In spite of the paranormal aspect, which is never glorified, but seen as almost natural, this is a tale of love, war, loss and the strength of wills tested, secrets uncovered and lives forever altered. K.C. Finn had me from page one, heart and soul. Her words have no age or time limit and will rock you to your knees with their power. Characters come alive, events come alive and you will be there. Series: SYNSK - Book 1 Publication Date: March 30, 2014 Publisher: Clean Teen Publishing Genre: YA Paranormal Print Length: 352 pages Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble For Reviews & More: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ginny Gallagher

    "Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye..."  That's what they were singing, all along the train. Hordes of children much younger than me, singing and dancing in their drab school uniforms, flinging their gas masks at each other like catapults. The Minds Eye by K.C. Finn is a wonderfully written page-turner. I was at first skeptical of a young adult title labeled as historical paranormal but I quickly forgot that it was historical or paranormal as I became immersed in the lives of Kit, Henr "Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye..."  That's what they were singing, all along the train. Hordes of children much younger than me, singing and dancing in their drab school uniforms, flinging their gas masks at each other like catapults. The Minds Eye by K.C. Finn is a wonderfully written page-turner. I was at first skeptical of a young adult title labeled as historical paranormal but I quickly forgot that it was historical or paranormal as I became immersed in the lives of Kit, Henri, Leighton, Ness, Blod, and Dr. Bickerstaff. The story takes place during WWII in the North Wales village of Bryn Eira Bach. Finn does an amazing job of transporting the reader to this period of time and expertly weaves in the psychic elements so that you never once question if they are possible. Although this book is labeled as young adult I would recommend it to all readers. It is a beautifully written story that perfectly balances out character growth, adventure, heartache, romance, struggles, victories, history, and life. The Mind’s Eye is currently available for FREE download from all major eBook retailers! Pick up a copy today and enjoy this amazing adventure by K.C. Finn.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Amy Freeman

    This book was just beautiful. That is the first word that comes to mind. K.C.Finn has outdone herself with this one. Kit Cavendish is shipped off with her younger brother to live with a family of strangers during WWII. Being wheelchair bound, constantly in pain and at the mercy of a harsh and unforgiving doctor her only silver lining is her uncanny ability to slip into the minds of others. In an effort to use her gift to help with the war, Kit goes on a search to locate the mind of a cruel Nazi This book was just beautiful. That is the first word that comes to mind. K.C.Finn has outdone herself with this one. Kit Cavendish is shipped off with her younger brother to live with a family of strangers during WWII. Being wheelchair bound, constantly in pain and at the mercy of a harsh and unforgiving doctor her only silver lining is her uncanny ability to slip into the minds of others. In an effort to use her gift to help with the war, Kit goes on a search to locate the mind of a cruel Nazi general, but instead finds herself inside the mind of a seventeen year old boy in Norway. Terrified and alone, Henri discovers Kit's voice in his mind and an unlikely friendship is born. Henri escapes Norway with Kit's help, but circumstances grow dark as Henri joins the war and Kit slowly discovers her secret power is more far reaching than she could have ever imagined. I love this book. My eleven year old son loves this book and my 78 year old father loves this book. It is a story that captures the mind and breaks the heart of any reader who picks it up no matter what age or gender. You will feel as if you are there, living Kit's experiences, feeling her pain, reveling in her joy and not breathing through every hair raising near death adventure she chooses to go on. If you read only one book this year, let it be this one. It is phenomenal!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    You know how I steer clear of reading blurbs because I’m always afraid of learning too much about the story in advance? Well, this time I say go for it. Even if you read the synopsis there is no chance of spoiling the incredible beauty of this story or the deep connection you will undoubtedly share with these realistic characters. We are first introduced to our main character, Kit Cavendish, at the train station as she and her little brother, Leighton, wait to be shipped off to a bunch of strange You know how I steer clear of reading blurbs because I’m always afraid of learning too much about the story in advance? Well, this time I say go for it. Even if you read the synopsis there is no chance of spoiling the incredible beauty of this story or the deep connection you will undoubtedly share with these realistic characters. We are first introduced to our main character, Kit Cavendish, at the train station as she and her little brother, Leighton, wait to be shipped off to a bunch of strangers, away from the threat the war has cast upon her home in London. Right away we learn about Kit’s amazing talent and from there it’s impossible to put the book down. The kids are transported to the village of Bryn Eira Bach to live with the Price family; people they have never met before. Can you imagine having to leave your parents to live with complete strangers at the ages of fifteen and ten? No, I can’t either. Once they are settled in at Ty Gwyn, Kit decides to spend her time practicing her gift. The more Kit focuses on her telepathy the farther her reach. During an attempt to locate one of the soldiers she had recently found by accident, she winds up inside the mind of a Norwegian boy by the name of Henri. Kit speaks to Henri while occupying his mind, something she’s never done before for fear of revealing her talent. She and Henri quickly form a bond that is touching beyond words. Together they embark on adventures that will cause you to hold your breath, bite your nails, and make you smile through your tears. I was fully engaged in this story after only five pages. It’s essential for me to be grabbed by the short hairs pretty quickly when reading. If it takes too long for me to get into a book, there’s something important missing as far as I’m concerned. Being inside of Kit’s mind while she was inside of Leighton’s head was so wild.. and that’s all it took to reel me in. K.C. Finn’s writing style alters the readers perspective entirely, like some sort of Voodoo spell is taking over as you read. It’s not the same as reading about these things happening, she actually places you into the story with these amazing people she’s created. This isn’t the first book I’ve read by K.C. Finn, and it’s also not the first time I’ve experienced this heightened level of enjoyment from one her stories. Coincidence? I don’t think so. The Mind’s Eye should be on the “to read” list of every reader out there, young and old alike. Yes, this is a YA paranormal story, but it’s also seamlessly blended with historical fiction, and the two genres woven together make everything seem possible. I’ve said it before – historical fiction is NOT my go-to genre, but this story is so much more than that, and when a book is this bloody brilliant how can I not put it at the top? This one is going on my Favorite Reads of 2014 list!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Azia

    This is the second novel I have read by K.C. Finn and I was again completely blown away. This author can tell a story better than so many author's who are out there publishing right now. I would bet my bottom dollar that she will be a household name. The Mind's Eye takes place during WWII. We are introduced to the MC Kit and her younger brother, Leighton, while they are on a train headed out of London to a much safer place. We are made perfectly aware right away that Kit isn't like other girls in This is the second novel I have read by K.C. Finn and I was again completely blown away. This author can tell a story better than so many author's who are out there publishing right now. I would bet my bottom dollar that she will be a household name. The Mind's Eye takes place during WWII. We are introduced to the MC Kit and her younger brother, Leighton, while they are on a train headed out of London to a much safer place. We are made perfectly aware right away that Kit isn't like other girls in more ways than one. The most obvious being that she is confined to a wheelchair. The Welsh family that has taken Kit and her brother in are a welcoming bunch, minus Blod, the oldest daughter. Mam and Ness (the baby of the family) are delighted to have guests. The father and two brothers in the family are also off fighting the war, which leaves them all to forge a new family during such trying times. We meet a lot of characters in the book: the grandfather to Blod and Ness, Bampi, Kit's new doctor, Bickerstaff (a strikingly handsome man, with a terrible outlook on life), Henri (a boy from Oslo) and a few other family members. Never once did it feel inconceivable, all the happenings in the book. When writing any sort of science fiction/fantasy, you run the chance that the reader will have to keep reminding themselves that yes, what is happening could be possible *in this world* --- while reading The Mind's Eye, the suspension of belief is not needed, because the way it is written just flows with the story. It seems natural because it is written so naturally. The best thing you can do? GET YOUR HANDS ON A COPY ASAP. And then get your hands on another of Finn's books. You won't regret it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Krystal

    OMG! WOW! What a book! I was completely blown away. This is my first read by K.C. Fine and I have to see I love it. K.C. is an amazing writer. I love her writing style everything flowed smoothly. I relieved this book free on amazon and I’m happy a give it a chance. First I have to say I love Historical Fiction. I like how they take to history and spin it into something beautiful. The Mind's Eye takes place during WWII. This awesome story is told Kit POV. Kit is a girl like no other. She wants to OMG! WOW! What a book! I was completely blown away. This is my first read by K.C. Fine and I have to see I love it. K.C. is an amazing writer. I love her writing style everything flowed smoothly. I relieved this book free on amazon and I’m happy a give it a chance. First I have to say I love Historical Fiction. I like how they take to history and spin it into something beautiful. The Mind's Eye takes place during WWII. This awesome story is told Kit POV. Kit is a girl like no other. She wants to make a difference. She is so tired of people looking at her with pity. Kit confined to a wheelchair but just because she can’t walk doesn’t mean she can’t do something amazing. I just love Kit and all determination. I fell in love with this from the second I started reading it. There was no stopping me I just devoured it. I love all the characters. They just jump off the pages; they felt so real and energetic. There were so much hope, love and heartache that you and feel it coming off the pages. This was an amazing story and I enjoy every minute of. I am so looking forward to reading the next book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anna-marie

    This was an amazing story. It is based around 15 year Kit Cavendish. She is a very special young lady. Sadly she has a long term illness that means she is in a wheelchair. She also has the gift of Psychic Telepathy. Kit is able to enter people’s minds, she can see what they see, feel their emotions & talk to them. When she is evacuated, along with her little brother, to North Wales at the start of the Second World War, she decides to try & link in with someone to find out what she can about what i This was an amazing story. It is based around 15 year Kit Cavendish. She is a very special young lady. Sadly she has a long term illness that means she is in a wheelchair. She also has the gift of Psychic Telepathy. Kit is able to enter people’s minds, she can see what they see, feel their emotions & talk to them. When she is evacuated, along with her little brother, to North Wales at the start of the Second World War, she decides to try & link in with someone to find out what she can about what is going on with the war. She links up with a young man called Henri. This is when the story really begins. We get sucked into an exciting adventure of Kit learning to control her gift & helping Henri and also learning all about the family she is living with. The amazing twist at the end left me gasping in pleasure. I loved this & thought it was brilliant. K.C.Finn has given us a treat with this book

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melanie's

    *I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book from the publishers* This is an amazing story set during World War 2 but seen through the eyes of a beautifully talented young lady who due to a debilitating illness spends her time trapped in a wheelchair. A truly unique take on war time stories that I am sure will captivate many people whether they have knowledge of this time period already or not. The characters jump off the page and the history is accurate enough to take you back there and make *I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book from the publishers* This is an amazing story set during World War 2 but seen through the eyes of a beautifully talented young lady who due to a debilitating illness spends her time trapped in a wheelchair. A truly unique take on war time stories that I am sure will captivate many people whether they have knowledge of this time period already or not. The characters jump off the page and the history is accurate enough to take you back there and make you thankful that you are not there now. The supernatural element added an interesting new twist to a tale of refugee children that has been told many times in the past. Heartache and hope, which was the story of so many back then, is translated well here and leaves the reader with a great piece that whilst fiction, makes you pause to consider the fact that stranger things have happened ...... V""V

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennie

    My favourite book from K.C. Finn so far! The characters in this book were so well-described that I really felt like I got to know them as if they were my own family. K.C. Finn writes in such a readable style, you could carry on forever without ever wanting to put the book down! I loved being in Mam's house with the characters, the setting was so vivid that I felt like I was watching a film, everything was easily imagined and delightful. I fell a bit in love with Bickerstaff even though he was har My favourite book from K.C. Finn so far! The characters in this book were so well-described that I really felt like I got to know them as if they were my own family. K.C. Finn writes in such a readable style, you could carry on forever without ever wanting to put the book down! I loved being in Mam's house with the characters, the setting was so vivid that I felt like I was watching a film, everything was easily imagined and delightful. I fell a bit in love with Bickerstaff even though he was hard to fathom for most of the book. K.C. must have done a lot of research as regards the war events that take place during the story. I look forward to reading more adventures in the Synsk series as they become available.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nicole M. Hewitt

    This review and many others can be found on my blog - Feed Your Fiction Addiction There are so many reasons that I loved this book! While historical fiction isn't always my thing, I've always been interested in World War II - not necessarily the battles, but the human stories that played out in that time (in fact, I'm reviewing another WWII book on Friday - I think that these are the only two WWII books I've read since Anne Frank when I was in middle school and I've managed to read them one right This review and many others can be found on my blog - Feed Your Fiction Addiction There are so many reasons that I loved this book! While historical fiction isn't always my thing, I've always been interested in World War II - not necessarily the battles, but the human stories that played out in that time (in fact, I'm reviewing another WWII book on Friday - I think that these are the only two WWII books I've read since Anne Frank when I was in middle school and I've managed to read them one right after the other). Well, anyway, this book mixed some paranormal in with the historical fiction aspect, which made it perfect! The negatives: A few small moments. I honestly had a hard time coming up with negatives for this book. But there were a few small moments when I found myself wondering why Kit didn't just use her powers in a certain way to help someone who needed her. At one particular point, I found myself thinking, "Well, why didn't Kit just..." (something she had already done once, which I don't want to spoil). In the moment, though, I could see that things might just be too hectic or go too fast for her to think of that, but she didn't seem to even wonder about it afterward - and the thing that I'm thinking of may not have even worked, but I would have liked to have seen her try, since we had seen earlier in the book that she could help out in this way. (Okay, done being cryptic now - it's so hard not to spoil things!) What I loved: The setting. Like I said, I loved that this book was set during WWII. There were a few somewhat intense war scenes that had me at the edge of my seat, but there weren't too many battle scenes (which was good for me - they just aren't my favorite). The war was really more of a backdrop to the true story - Kit's journey toward overcoming the debilitating illness that ruled her life. Which brings me to my next point... Kit's illness. Kit had severe juvenile arthritis which was very painful and made it impossible for her to lead the "normal" life she craved. She was confined to a wheelchair because her joints were just not strong enough to hold her weight and she would wake up every morning in pain. Not only was this illness physically difficult, but it made Kit feel like a burden - like she didn't really have a place in the world. She longed to have normal teenage experiences, but that goal seemed impossible to her. When Kit got to Wales, she was sent to a new doctor who pushed her to walk. At first, Kit was bitter and resentful toward him (it didn't help that he didn't have the best bedside manner), but she gradually started to see that she might be able to do more than she had ever given herself credit for. And she also came to realize that she had worth separate from and despite her physical limitations. Her journey is inspirational (and made even more so when you read the author's notes at the end of the book that talk about her own struggle with a painful illness). Kit's powers. LOVED the paranormal element to this book. Kit is able to project her consciousness into another person's body - not controlling them, but experiencing the world through their eyes. She sees what they see and feels what they feel. She can also speak to that person in their head - which is how she meets Henri. These powers come in very handy and help Kit find meaning and purpose to her life that she'd never thought she'd have. The romance. I absolutely loved Kit and Henri together. Their bond starts out as friendship and turns into something more slowly, which I definitely appreciated. There are some incredibly sweet moments between these two - I honestly just couldn't get enough of them together. Of course, because of the war, there was a lot of tension too - I was never sure if there would be a happy ending for these two because there was a constant element of danger and the stakes were very high. I was desperate for an HEA for this couple, though! The secondary characters. Not only did this book have amazing main characters, but there were a plethora of fantastic secondary characters with their own rich storylines (all of which blended seamlessly with Kit's story). There were no cardboard cut-outs in this book. Every character had a story - a history - and they each had their own unique personality. There's Mam, the warm and loving woman who took Kit and her younger brother Leighton in. Then there's Mam's lively three-year-old daughter Nessa and her ornery adult daughter Blod, Add in Bickerstaff, the local doctor, the rest of Mam's family and Kit's mom and you have a fantastic cast of characters - seriously, each one of these characters plays a pivotal part in the story and is fleshed out in a way that you seldom see with secondary characters. I loved it! So, long story short - Read this book. I can't recommend it enough! 5/5 stars. ***Disclosure: This book was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given. All opinions are my own***

  12. 4 out of 5

    Morphys Book Blog

    Kit suffers from an illness that keeps her in a wheelchair but has an amazing ability, she can enter people’s minds and see what they see. At the start of Word War II Kit and her brother Leighton evacuate to Wales to stay with a family there. Whilst there Kit someone connects to the mind of a boy in Oslo, forming a bond and helping him through some rough times. Kit and Henri must fight the war anyway they can, which is in completely different ways. Holy mother of god, what just happened? My mind Kit suffers from an illness that keeps her in a wheelchair but has an amazing ability, she can enter people’s minds and see what they see. At the start of Word War II Kit and her brother Leighton evacuate to Wales to stay with a family there. Whilst there Kit someone connects to the mind of a boy in Oslo, forming a bond and helping him through some rough times. Kit and Henri must fight the war anyway they can, which is in completely different ways. Holy mother of god, what just happened? My mind is in turmoil, my emotions are all over the place and I can’t believe I’ve finished it. Can I start again from the beginning please? What an amazing story. I’m not usually a big fan of historical but K. C. Finn has definitely changed that. Kit has an illness that keeps her in a wheelchair, from the outside she looks fragile but she has a mind of steel. She will go to any lengths to do what she believes is right. No matter the damage to herself, mind or body. I admired Kit a hell of a lot, there’s just some secret strength to her I couldn’t ignore. She has to leave her mother and stay in a foreign town, battle her illness, strengthen her body and try to control her ability, and somehow manages to do it all, you go girl! Henri was a loveable character too, at the start he was a boy living in Oslo, which the Germans had occupied. He witnessed some horrific events and had the courage to escape. Henri’s strength wasn’t secret, it was brilliant! As soon as he turned 18 he was determined to do what he could to fight the war, no matter it could lead to his death. Where can I get me a Henri? The other characters were great. Mam, Idrys, Blod, Bickerstaff, Ness, the brothers and Leighton. They all brought something special to the story, especially Blod and Bickerstaff, they made me laugh and cry, I even wanted to slap Blod a time or two but I came around, now we can be friends. I loved the world-building. Having Kits ability to enter minds during the Second World War is genius. Can you imagine if that was possible? The amount of lives you could save, people you could help, the possibilities are endless. I was well excited to see how it panned out. We got to visit London, Wales, Norway, France and just wow, it was lots of fun though I bet Bickerstaff would disagree. The Mind’s Eye left me an emotional wreck. I cried not once, twice but three times and I don’t mean I shed a tear. I mean full on sobbing, wiping my face with tissues crying. I was pulled in from the start and felt like my hands were glued in place. I couldn’t have put it down if I tried. All’s I can say is if you’re a fan of YA paranormal you have to give this a go. Even if you don’t read historical still do it. You won’t be disappointed I promise you! *A copy was provided for review purposes* Original review at: http://morphybooksblog.wordpress.com/...

  13. 5 out of 5

    DelSheree

    When Kit and her brother are sent out of London during the war to stay with a foster family, she has no idea how much it will change her life. Physically, emotionally, and mentally, she is pushed to her limits in the Welsh countryside. Her psychic gift, which she has kept carefully hidden all her life suddenly becomes her only source of freedom, and the only chance she has to help one of the people she loves most. I am certainly no expert on history, but it was obvious that Finn put a great deal When Kit and her brother are sent out of London during the war to stay with a foster family, she has no idea how much it will change her life. Physically, emotionally, and mentally, she is pushed to her limits in the Welsh countryside. Her psychic gift, which she has kept carefully hidden all her life suddenly becomes her only source of freedom, and the only chance she has to help one of the people she loves most. I am certainly no expert on history, but it was obvious that Finn put a great deal of time into the research behind this book. Everything from rationing, cloth shortages, and the types of medical treatment available during that time was very well done. Finn did a great job of setting the scene and making sure readers felt like they were a part of war time Europe. The treatments Kit had to endure were so interesting to read about. At times it broke my heart to watch her suffer through her illness, but at the same time I felt so happy for Kit every time she met a milestone and persevered through a difficult situation. She was a great example of strength, and I hope readers learn from her. Kit's psychic abilities play a huge role in the overall story. One thing that really bugs me when books incorporate abilities like this is when there's no consistency or it doesn't make sense. That wasn't a problem here. Kit has limitations, and those frequently affect what she can do in the story. The rules and structure of the psychic ability were well crafted and added so much to the story. I hate to give spoilers, but at one point these limitations were almost unbearable. I was so frustrated with what was happening right along with Kit! The characters almost always make or break a book for me. Having read some of Finn's work previously, I didn't expect that to be a problem, and I was right. I connected with Kit right off the bat. She was so realistic and had a great deal of depth to her character. At times it was difficult to watch her struggle, but that made her triumphs all the sweeter. Henri, well, I just plain adored him. His character was absolutely delightful and I was pulling for him all the way through. It wasn't just the main characters that will catch readers attention. Ever single side character was layered and complex and I got pulled into their stories easily. This is a beautifully rich cast of characters. The overall story was beautiful. Everyone is put into such a difficult situation. They have plenty of reasons to just give up, but they don't. They suffer through everything they are faced with, no matter how hard. The inspire each other and bear the weight of the other's burdens. This is one of those books that you will walk away from and keep thinking about it for days.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kristy Gillespie

    I received this novel in exchange for an honest review. 15-year-old Kit Cavendish and her 10 year-old-brother, Leighton, are traveling by train to a village in North Wales, while their mother remains in London to help with the war effort. Kit suffers from a physical disability; therefore she spends the majority of her time in a wheelchair. However, Kit has an extraordinary physic gift- she’s able to visit other people’s minds, to feel their emotions, see through their eyes, and even speak to them I received this novel in exchange for an honest review. 15-year-old Kit Cavendish and her 10 year-old-brother, Leighton, are traveling by train to a village in North Wales, while their mother remains in London to help with the war effort. Kit suffers from a physical disability; therefore she spends the majority of her time in a wheelchair. However, Kit has an extraordinary physic gift- she’s able to visit other people’s minds, to feel their emotions, see through their eyes, and even speak to them. One day Kit finds herself inside the mind of a 17-year-old Norwegian boy named Henri. As their bond strengthens, Kit utilizes her physic gifts to help Henri survive World War II. Meanwhile, Kit has to deal with the absence of her mother and father (who has seemingly vanished) her physical disability, and the Ty Gwyn family drama. As Kit and Leigh travel to the Ty Gwyn farm, Officer Lewis assures them: “Oh it’s a lovely village this, you’ll have everything you could ever want in Bryn Eira Bach,” (13). Kit isn’t so sure. “I felt a bitter taste in my mouth, but I smiled back before I looked out the window. Unless this distant village could somehow make me able-bodied again and then give me a handsome young chap to go dancing with, I knew that Lewis’s promises, and my hopes, couldn’t ever come true,” (13). While there are numerous novels which take place in World War II, K.C. Finn’s The Mind’s Eye offers a fresh perspective. An outsider would most likely assume that Kit is fragile; a poor girl confined to a wheelchair. An insider however, quickly realizes how physically and mentally strong Kit really is. In fact, utilizing her physic abilities, she helps numerous people survive the war. It’s interesting to see Kit’s view of the war: “From the top of the dune a row of black figures had appeared as if they had emerged from the night sky itself,” (184). The Mind’s Eye is extremely well written and well executed with colorful characters (bratty Blod and surly Dr.Bickerstaff were two of my favorites) and the perfect amount of romance between Kit and Henri. “It felt like someone had released a flock of birds into my chest; every part of me trembled and fluttered as I firmly decided that this was the best feeling of my life,” (158). Anyone who enjoys historical fiction, paranormal activity, and an unlikely hero, will enjoy this amazing novel. Make sure to check out the cover (which is fabulous) and read K.C. Finn’s ‘Inspiration Behind The Mind’s Eye’ at the end of the novel.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I found myself really intrigued with the mechanics and possibilities of Kit’s gift. Maybe it’s the fantasy geek inside but I think that was my favorite part of the book. I loved seeing the limitations of her gift (i.e. how far she could travel or the cost on her physically), the different ways she could gather information with it, and the possible role it could play in the war. I think that will probably be the carrier for my interest in the rest of the series. I enjoyed Kit herself as well. She’ I found myself really intrigued with the mechanics and possibilities of Kit’s gift. Maybe it’s the fantasy geek inside but I think that was my favorite part of the book. I loved seeing the limitations of her gift (i.e. how far she could travel or the cost on her physically), the different ways she could gather information with it, and the possible role it could play in the war. I think that will probably be the carrier for my interest in the rest of the series. I enjoyed Kit herself as well. She’s a well-rounded young lady who has some serious trials in life to overcome. Not only having to evacuate from bombed-out London, but dealing with a serious, debilitating illness that requires constant medical care and serious readjustment of how Kit goes through her daily life. She shows courage and fortitude in facing all her trials that I admired. At times, Kit came off as very juvenile and immature. How she utilized her gift at times and her focus on herself for parts of the book were off-putting to me. Yet, as the story progresses, Kit shows more and more maturity in how she interacts with the world. I think all the trials of WWII and how her world was affected by it helped her to grow up and become a woman rather than a teenage girl. I loved that journey. The secondary characters were as vibrant and three-dimensional as Kit. I think I especially loved Doc Bickerstaff. He’s irritating, condescending, and socially awkward. However, he’s also a very dedicated doctor, a sufferer of depression, and courageous soldier, stopping to rescue his fellows rather than run to save his own skin. He, along with the whole Price family, made this book even more of a joy to read. The historical aspects of the book were more muted than I was expecting. We do see how evacuation to the countryside affected the various parties involved, some aspects of the battlefront in North Africa, and occupation in France and Norway. The author shows her research in these areas. But, I think I was expecting more, especially in Norway. One of the characters being from Nazi occupied Norway was one of the things that originally drew me as that area of WWII Europe isn’t explored in fiction as often as other areas. However, there was enough of a historical emphasis that I didn’t feel lacking in that regard. An intriguing way of exploring WWII, this book combines great characterizations, good historical details, and a fantastic psychic system to draw the reader in. This is book one of a trilogy, and I look forward to exploring the rest of this series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brittany | BookRamblings

    *I was give the arc by the author in exchange for an honest review* Lets start off by saying I loved this so much that I don't know how to word this review without spoilers, but I'm going to try :) This is the first I have read from this author but I can tell you right now it sure as hell won't be the last!!! This book follows Kit as she is evacuated to Wales with her younger brother. It vividly introduces us to their new family and we are soon whisked into a world full of love, loss, war, death, *I was give the arc by the author in exchange for an honest review* Lets start off by saying I loved this so much that I don't know how to word this review without spoilers, but I'm going to try :) This is the first I have read from this author but I can tell you right now it sure as hell won't be the last!!! This book follows Kit as she is evacuated to Wales with her younger brother. It vividly introduces us to their new family and we are soon whisked into a world full of love, loss, war, death, suspense and a super cool power to enter someone else's mind. We get to meet Henri as he discovers Kit inside his head and together they create a bond and share knowledge, helping each other survive in a world plagued by war. This book covers many different concepts and flows nicely through a surprise-filled plot. I fell in love with all of the characters as we got to see them developing - even the ones I wouldn't normally like. :) I loved the idea of what Kim was capable of doing and I loved reading about her journey to working up the strength to stand and use her legs again. I loved how the author explores the idea of love; familial love, romantic love, friendship and even the love-hate relationships and what you would be willing to do for each one. We are instantly transported to the time of 1940 and it was a truly breath-taking experience that I can't wait to continue in book 2 which the author better be writing VERY QUICKLY!! There are so many more things I could say about the book; I could tell you how I liked the parallel story about Blod, how I actually found that my favourite character was Bickerstaff (the doctor), how you felt like you were apart of the story; that you were there with the characters at war. The only bad thing I would say is that Leighton (her brother) didn't seem 10 years old. That may be due to what he has been through or what he is going through with the war and his sister's disability but I felt I wanted more times reading about him behaving like an actual kid. A book I would recommend to all!! Happy reading :) Xx

  17. 5 out of 5

    D.E.

    The Mind’s Eye is a paranormal historical romance for young adults. The story’s heroine, Kit Cavendish, is evacuated from London to a village in North Wales with her brother. Kit is one of the oldest evacuees as she has a long-term illness that has her stuck in a wheelchair. Although Kit may be physically stuck in a wheelchair, her mind has the extraordinary power to put itself into the minds of others. This leads her to the mind of Henri in Oslo. They develop an emotional bond as Kit guides him The Mind’s Eye is a paranormal historical romance for young adults. The story’s heroine, Kit Cavendish, is evacuated from London to a village in North Wales with her brother. Kit is one of the oldest evacuees as she has a long-term illness that has her stuck in a wheelchair. Although Kit may be physically stuck in a wheelchair, her mind has the extraordinary power to put itself into the minds of others. This leads her to the mind of Henri in Oslo. They develop an emotional bond as Kit guides him through the Nazi occupation of his city. This is a well-written and well-thought-out story. Despite Kit’s paranormal abilities, the story is very believable. I liked the way the paranormal abilities were tied in with the war. The way in which this was done by the author made the ability seem possible, especially as we learn of Mam’s father’s experiences from the Great War. But there is so much more than the war going on in this story. Kit’s struggle with learning to walk and her frustrations therewith were so authentic that I wasn’t surprised to learn that the author also suffered from medical conditions. The growth that she undergoes as she learns to walk as well as control her abilities is a pleasure to read. I loved the Ty Gwyn family. There was always something going on at that farm to keep the reader interested. Although the secrets that Kit learns about the family aren’t that shocking (especially for the time period), they help to contribute to the well-roundedness of the story. The only character I did not like was Kit’s mom. I didn’t understand the actions that she took and the secrets that she kept from Kit. Maybe we will learn more about this in the next installment of the series, but until then I’m not liking mom and dad and I’m not yet willing to forgive them. Don’t despair that there is another book in the series, this novel has a clear ending with just a hint of what’s to come. I recommend this book to lovers of the paranormal that want to get their history geek on.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kristy Hamilton

    I love a good fantasy or dystopian novel. But sometimes a good historical story is a must read. Today I finished up a story that took me back in time...The Mind's Eye by K.C. Finn. In the beginning of the story, the reader is sent back to World War II. Kit and Leighton Cavendish are evacuated to the countryside of England as the War is starting. The writing of the evacuation is so descriptive, that I almost felt that I was there, feeling the evacuation of the children to the countryside. Normally I love a good fantasy or dystopian novel. But sometimes a good historical story is a must read. Today I finished up a story that took me back in time...The Mind's Eye by K.C. Finn. In the beginning of the story, the reader is sent back to World War II. Kit and Leighton Cavendish are evacuated to the countryside of England as the War is starting. The writing of the evacuation is so descriptive, that I almost felt that I was there, feeling the evacuation of the children to the countryside. Normally I wouldn't compare books to movies or other books, but my first thought of the first part of the book made me think of the the movie based on one of my all time favorite classics books. The story focuses on 15 year old Kit Cavendish. She has a power that enables her to get into others peoples's mind. She can see what they see, feel what they are feeling, and even speak to them. She doesn't tell anyone for the fear of being discovered and exposed. As Kit and Leighton are settling into the life in a village of North Wales, Kit is learning how to manage her powers and even expand them. One day as she is learning how to control them, she lands into the mind of a 17 year old Norwegian boy, Henri. Kit and Henri grow throughout the book. They discover each other as Kit guides him through his escape to England. The Mind's Eye is such an amazing story. There is twists that I never expected. It had a very sublte cliffhanger that I loved. It made me really glad that book 2, Leighton's Summer is available! This book is so worth the 5 stars and more!! I can't wait to see what K.C. Finn comes out with this series!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    I'm a fan of books that incorporate actual historical events, and that's one of the aspects of The Mind's Eye which really grabbed my attention and drew me in to the story from the beginning. In this instance, it's 1940's Europe, during World War II. The main setting is Wales, in a village named Bryn Eira Bach, but other locations include Norway, France, and North Africa. I loved the idea of telepaths who use their abilities as part of the war effort. For me, it was a really original concept, be I'm a fan of books that incorporate actual historical events, and that's one of the aspects of The Mind's Eye which really grabbed my attention and drew me in to the story from the beginning. In this instance, it's 1940's Europe, during World War II. The main setting is Wales, in a village named Bryn Eira Bach, but other locations include Norway, France, and North Africa. I loved the idea of telepaths who use their abilities as part of the war effort. For me, it was a really original concept, because I can't remember reading a book like this one before that utilized that as part of the storyline. Not only that, I thought the pacing of the book was good, and there was plenty of suspense that kept me engaged as a reader. The Mind's Eye is the first in a series, and now that I've been introduced to the characters, I know I'd like to read the second book as well. The main character is Kit Cavendish, a 15 year old girl who has a disease which leaves her wheelchair bound, but she's such a strong character, and I definitely liked her and her Brother Leighton, or Leigh. From the beginning of the book to the end, it was interesting to watch her character progression as she learns how to better use her abilities. In addition to Kit, The Mind's Eye has several characters that I grew to like and care about, including Dr. Bickerstaff, Henri, Idrys, Blod and Ness, along with Mam who takes her in because of the threat of bombing raids on London by the Luftwaffe. This book was a good read, and I'd recommend it to anyone who likes historical settings with the incorporation of some paranormal elements as well. My rating is 5/5 platypires.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mary Quire

    Author K. C. Finn managed to capture all of my attention in her novel The Mind’s Eye. Usually, I find myself reading more than one book at a time, read a few chapters in one and then switch to another, rinse and repeat until I’ve finished. But not this time. This time I found I couldn’t bear to move on to something else, not even for just a moment. I needed to find out what happened next to Kit Cavendish. I needed to know if Henri would ever find safety. And I wanted more than anything to discov Author K. C. Finn managed to capture all of my attention in her novel The Mind’s Eye. Usually, I find myself reading more than one book at a time, read a few chapters in one and then switch to another, rinse and repeat until I’ve finished. But not this time. This time I found I couldn’t bear to move on to something else, not even for just a moment. I needed to find out what happened next to Kit Cavendish. I needed to know if Henri would ever find safety. And I wanted more than anything to discover what was really going on with the Cavendish family, if there was anything more than a poor family torn apart by war. What’s more, there was Ty Gwyn and another family with a secret hidden away. There was no way I was putting this book down, not until all of my questions were answered, and I didn’t. The Mind’s Eye, a story set smack dab in the middle of World War II, not only entertained me with the paranormal element of a girl with a psychic ability, but also managed to teach me a thing or two about the effects the war had on citizens of other countries. I, as a general rule, do not usually enjoy historical fiction. Most of the time, the authors spend countless pages describing scenery and attire so that by the end of the first chapter I’m either on the edge of falling asleep or I’ve developed a rather irksome eye twitch. K.C. Finn, however, has successfully won me over, not only by catching my attention, but by holding it. If you haven’t read The Mind’s Eye yet, I highly recommend you do. You will not be disappointed.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Anjeline Magtoto

    The author sent me this book in exchange for my honest thoughts/review and opinion. Yes I requested this book from the author. I love this book gave it a 4.5/5. The characters were well made. Her writing style flows. Such a fantastic book. I highly recommend it to everyone. The book takes place in world war II 1940. The Mind's Eye about a girl name Kit who is 15 years old and her younger brother name Leighton who is 10 years old. So they move out from London in order to be safe, because a world w The author sent me this book in exchange for my honest thoughts/review and opinion. Yes I requested this book from the author. I love this book gave it a 4.5/5. The characters were well made. Her writing style flows. Such a fantastic book. I highly recommend it to everyone. The book takes place in world war II 1940. The Mind's Eye about a girl name Kit who is 15 years old and her younger brother name Leighton who is 10 years old. So they move out from London in order to be safe, because a world war II is going to happen. So they move out and they are sent to this family in North Wales in order to be safe from the bombing in London, while their parents is in London. It's sad that they had to be separated from their parents. Kit is an amazing character I love Kit. I felt sad for Kit, because she is stuck in a wheel chair. Just because she can't walk doesn't mean she cannot do these awesome things. She's a very lucky girl, because she has this awesome gift where she can visit people's minds, she can talk to those people. She dares not to, because danger is going to happen. She can feel people's emotion. One day she finds herself in a man's mind who is 17 years old, a Norwegian guy his name is Henry. YA Paranormal, historical,romance I highly recommend this book to anyone. It was so good. Thanks again to K.C. Finn for sending me your wonderful novel. Can't wait to read book 2.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pauline Creeden

    This book is sooo good that if you don’t pick it up and give it a try, I feel sorry for you. You’re missing out. It’s nearing the end of April, and I just realized that not one book had yet made it into my favorite reads of 2014. I make a pinterest board for my favorites — the books I don’t want to forget and want to share with others. And when I went to go add this book to my board, I realized that I didn’t have one yet. Not one of the more than 30 books I’ve read this year so far has made that This book is sooo good that if you don’t pick it up and give it a try, I feel sorry for you. You’re missing out. It’s nearing the end of April, and I just realized that not one book had yet made it into my favorite reads of 2014. I make a pinterest board for my favorites — the books I don’t want to forget and want to share with others. And when I went to go add this book to my board, I realized that I didn’t have one yet. Not one of the more than 30 books I’ve read this year so far has made that list. But this book does. When I say that it’s a page turner, I mean that you’ll stay up until at least 3 am turning pages. When I say you won’t want to put it down, I mean you’ll brush your teeth while reading it. And when I say that it’s captivating, I mean that the characters will stick in your head as though you live with them, or at least have seen the movie. And Henri? *Swoon* The author’s style reminds me of CS Lewis – which is a huge compliment since he’s my favorite author. Typically it takes me a little while to get used to the language of a British-style author, but that’s never been the case with Lewis, and that’s not the case for Finn. For me the story didn’t really take off until I was about 20 pages in, so don’t let the slow start fool you, pick up this book and you’re in for a ride! Pssst….by the way – it’s currently FREE for Kindle.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    Couldn't put it down! I loved stumbling upon this book and couldn't put it down once I'd read the synopsis. The main character Kit was one of the best ya main characters I've read and truly liked in awhile. She didn't have a lot of the selfishness a lot of other ya characters tend to have - where they'll whine about how people kept secrets from them, or why their love interest is acting cold to them. Kit was a solid girl with faults of her own (in the beginning especially) which she changes from Couldn't put it down! I loved stumbling upon this book and couldn't put it down once I'd read the synopsis. The main character Kit was one of the best ya main characters I've read and truly liked in awhile. She didn't have a lot of the selfishness a lot of other ya characters tend to have - where they'll whine about how people kept secrets from them, or why their love interest is acting cold to them. Kit was a solid girl with faults of her own (in the beginning especially) which she changes from in the progression of the book. I loved reading about her moments growing in strength with her disability - probably my favourite parts! And I loved her relationship with Henri and their sweet moments together! This is a great book! Loved all of it! Only wish is to have another book from Kit's perspective. Awesome character!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Risser

    I couldn't put this book down. Good thing I didn't have plans this weekend. What a wonderful, captivating story. Kit may struggle physically due to her illness, but she is a strong, well rounded character. I just loved her, well, and everyone else for that matter. Such wonderful people! Mam who is warm and loving, Blod who is cool and beautiful, and Henri, who is brave and sees what an amazing person Kit is. Set during World War II, the story weaves in the tension and fear that was so prevalent I couldn't put this book down. Good thing I didn't have plans this weekend. What a wonderful, captivating story. Kit may struggle physically due to her illness, but she is a strong, well rounded character. I just loved her, well, and everyone else for that matter. Such wonderful people! Mam who is warm and loving, Blod who is cool and beautiful, and Henri, who is brave and sees what an amazing person Kit is. Set during World War II, the story weaves in the tension and fear that was so prevalent during that time, but it also shows the hope, the love, and the sacrifices families made in an effort to end the reign of terror. A beautifully written book. I look forward to reading more from K.C. Finn.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lucii Dixon

    the book started off quite shakey and a little confusing, including Welsh sentences that weren't translated after (which made it a little more confusing) but a couple of chapters in and I got hooked. This story is completely different to anything.I've ever read before, being it's a paranormal romance, but I loved loved loved the story. it's set in world war two in Wales. I loved the fact, the female lead wasn't a perfect, in fact, she had a disability which left her weak.the male was also not so the book started off quite shakey and a little confusing, including Welsh sentences that weren't translated after (which made it a little more confusing) but a couple of chapters in and I got hooked. This story is completely different to anything.I've ever read before, being it's a paranormal romance, but I loved loved loved the story. it's set in world war two in Wales. I loved the fact, the female lead wasn't a perfect, in fact, she had a disability which left her weak.the male was also not some hot stuff you usually read about but it does tell you looks don't matter, personality does and that's what made me love this book all the more. the only reason I knocked I star off was because of the shaken beginning. but as a first book I can understand that. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I love finding new authors and once I read the blurb I was instantly intrigued. It was original and refreshing and I'm so happy I came across it. This book kept me entertained from the very first page. I adored the characters (especially Kit and Henri) and all their trials added so much to the story. There was action, suspense and a sweet love story. The Mind's Eye was the perfect combination of it all and finally pulled me out of my book funk. Looking forward to reading the rest of this series I love finding new authors and once I read the blurb I was instantly intrigued. It was original and refreshing and I'm so happy I came across it. This book kept me entertained from the very first page. I adored the characters (especially Kit and Henri) and all their trials added so much to the story. There was action, suspense and a sweet love story. The Mind's Eye was the perfect combination of it all and finally pulled me out of my book funk. Looking forward to reading the rest of this series and seeing where the story takes me. 4.5 Stars!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michele Skinner

    I received this book for an honest review. Usually I am not fond of war books, but I loved this one. I love he physic powers, don't know if I would want them, but they are cool. I wonder why Kit gets ill when her mom "visits"? Also I am not much into love stories like this, but it was lovely. Kit and Henri seen so much older than 16 and 18, just how they speak and carry themselves. I will have to investigate KC Finns other books. I received this book for an honest review. Usually I am not fond of war books, but I loved this one. I love he physic powers, don't know if I would want them, but they are cool. I wonder why Kit gets ill when her mom "visits"? Also I am not much into love stories like this, but it was lovely. Kit and Henri seen so much older than 16 and 18, just how they speak and carry themselves. I will have to investigate KC Finns other books.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Queeniejo

    Wow. Just plain, amazing, out of this world Wow. It's been a long time since I read something do deep and meaningful. I found myself instantly falling in love with the characters and was so caught up in the story that a couple of times I completely forgot that this was Kit's story, not mine! It took everything in me to pull my eyes away from this book and find other things to do. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and if I could, would give K. C. a high five! Bravo! Wow. Just plain, amazing, out of this world Wow. It's been a long time since I read something do deep and meaningful. I found myself instantly falling in love with the characters and was so caught up in the story that a couple of times I completely forgot that this was Kit's story, not mine! It took everything in me to pull my eyes away from this book and find other things to do. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and if I could, would give K. C. a high five! Bravo!

  29. 5 out of 5

    InD'tale Magazine

    4.5/5.0 The author does a great job of transporting the reader back to Wales during World War II. Read full review in the 2014 November issue of InD’tale Magazine. 4.5/5.0 The author does a great job of transporting the reader back to Wales during World War II. Read full review in the 2014 November issue of InD’tale Magazine.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lara Setlak

    Awesome book! A "must read"... Combining drama, scifi & romance all back-dropped against the war against the Nazi's. Very compelling read, couldn't put it down till the very last page! Awesome book! A "must read"... Combining drama, scifi & romance all back-dropped against the war against the Nazi's. Very compelling read, couldn't put it down till the very last page!

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