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  1. says:

    Was the horror of the concentration camps in the very air they breathed? It's as if the memory of war has wounded them Hurt their h

  2. says:

    I was so disappointed by this book The blurb sounded fascinating but the premise of Philip seeing left over Nazi's seemed uite pointless as I read the book His 'gift' seems to be nothing than a strange little boy having strange dreams

  3. says:

    This book is short one but it doesn't feels so and in a very good way The story is perfectly written nothing is missing and nothing unnecessary is added In less than 200 pages Hendry tells a gripping realistic a

  4. says:

    This review was originally published at Fluttering ButterfliesWow The Seeing by Diana Hendry is a very disturbing book to read It is

  5. says:

    This story about the friendship of two girls desperate for something away from their small town life was definitely better than its reviews imply I loved the way the scenery and characters were described too

  6. says:

    It was like Long Lankin all over again seriously Those Random House girls really know how to build excitement about a book Two RHCB blogger brunches ago I first heard about The Seeing I knew I would love it from the moment I first he

  7. says:

    Excellent book Describe the moments perfectly and gives you a thrilling very emotional end The war friendship and betrayal leaves you with a broken heart Beautiful story which leaves you with a little bit of truth about the world Love this 5 stars

  8. says:

    Look it's Harry Potter

  9. says:

    The Seeings tells the story of three children and how their lives were affected by WWII Lizzie is a girl from a well off

  10. says:

    For such a short book it totally got me in a book slump I hated Natalie Using fears so that Lizzie and Philip will stick with her Treating everyone so badly what she did to Hugo and poor Philip if I were Lizzie I would totally punch

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Review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Diana Hendry

The second world war is over in the uiet town of Norton When wild dangerous break all the rules Natalie arrives thirteen year old Lizzie is drawn irresistibly to the new girl from the wrong side of the tracks Desperate for Natalie’s friendship and respect Lizzie soon discovers a s. I was so disappointed by this book The blurb sounded fascinating but the premise of Philip seeing left over Nazi s seemed uite pointless as I read the book His gift seems to be nothing than a strange little boy having strange dreams and his incredibly damaged sister Natalie manipulating him and then Lizzie into believing that they are ridding the world of these evil people who have been left over from the war The novel just doesn t seem to fit together right For most of the novel Natalie comes across as a crazy little brat then suddenly BOOM the ending becomes very deep and retrospective with Lizzie realising that Philip s seeing was of a metaphor for seeing the world around you and the problems that people could face including how damaged Natalie was rather than just Lizzie s assumption of her being wild and fun The character of Natalie really disappointed me she was written all wrong I don t know if it had something to do with it being written from Lizzie s perspective but this book was just didn t do it for me Don t get me wrong I did like some parts of it especially Hugo s character and the letters he wrote to his sister but apart from that this book just didn t work for me the ending however was fantastic it was elouent and haunting and beautiful but this just highlighted how much the rest of the book didn t fit together It could ve been so much than it was

Summary The Seeing

The Seeing

Ide of the town – and of herself – that she had never imaginedAs the girls grow closer Natalie and her strange eerie brother Philip reveal a shocking secret For Philip has a second sight and all around them he sees evil ‘left over Nazis’ lying in wait until the time is right. This story about the friendship of two girls desperate for something away from their small town life was definitely better than its reviews imply I loved the way the scenery and characters were described too Etapy zmiany w terapii uzależnień. Wybór i planowanie interwencji eerie brother Philip reveal a shocking secret For Philip has a second sight and all around them he sees Saami Pre-Christian Religion evil ‘left over Nazis’ lying in wait until the time is right. This story about the friendship of two girls desperate for something away from their small town life was definitely better than its reviews imply I loved the way the scenery and characters were described too

Review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Diana Hendry

For revenge Natalie and Philip believe it’s up to them to root these people out of NortonLizzie is swept up in what starts as a thrilling game but the conseuences of Philip’s ‘gift’ uickly spiral into disasterA chilling powerful tale from Whitbread Award winner Diana Hendry. The Seeings tells the story of three children and how their lives were affected by WWII Lizzie is a girl from a well off family who does well in school and always wears her socks Natalie is the daughter of a prostitute and a brother to a boy who supposedly has psychic visions the ones Natalie will use to carry out her plan I thought this was well written The images and the metaphors create a haunting image of the effects of the war and the trauma inherited by the children who were born from it It is told from 3 later 4 perspectives Lizzie s in first person Natalie s in the form of diary entries and Hugo an artist who lives on the beach of the small town during summer in the form of letters to his sister They lacked a little development and I don t believe them to be very memorable but they did keep my attention and I was intrigued by the effects they seemed to have on each other It s a short novel only about 170 pages and unfortunately I thought that the ending was predictable once I got about halfway Yet it remained captivating and worthy of a read if you re looking for something on the shorter side