The Witch's Eyes

The Witch s Eyes Aspiring artist Gillian Swann has slowly been going blind for the past three years She is about to lose her independence an especially painful prospect for someone who has responded to life s disappoi

  • Title: The Witch's Eyes
  • Author: Iris Kincaid
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Aspiring artist Gillian Swann has slowly been going blind for the past three years She is about to lose her independence an especially painful prospect for someone who has responded to life s disappointments by resolving never to rely on others A final crushing betrayal leaves her life in shambles In life, Lilith Hazelwood was the most powerful witch in Oyster Cove IAspiring artist Gillian Swann has slowly been going blind for the past three years She is about to lose her independence an especially painful prospect for someone who has responded to life s disappointments by resolving never to rely on others A final crushing betrayal leaves her life in shambles In life, Lilith Hazelwood was the most powerful witch in Oyster Cove In death, she is determined to find and punish her murderer Once enraged by the fact that her body parts had been used for organ transplant, she now sees the beneficiaries as the best means of avenging her own death If they would only stop being sidetracked by silly diversions like solving human murders and finding love Receiving the witch s eyes is as disorienting as it is miraculous Gillian s remarkable new talents allow her insights into a local murder that are rather hard to explain to the police, a target on her back for a family of witches carrying a grudge against Lilith, and the ability to see into the heart of a fascinating man who, like herself, knows better than to surrender his trust What a relief to meet someone who understands why falling in love is such a bad, bad idea

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    1. For the past 3 years, Gillian’s eyesight was gradually fading to blindness. A true artist at heart, she was determined to maintain her creative sustenance through other means, such as music. She hated to be defined by her disability, to have to rely on others to help her in her time of need, even if she was dating the most selfless and generous man in the world. The loss of sight is so beautifully and poetically rendered in this woman’s tale of woe. One night, after a cancelled opera, Gillia [...]

    2. Can you imagine being an artist and going blind? No family, having to depend on someone else 100%? That's what happened to Gillian. After a devastating betrayal, and a few days all alone, she is skeptical when her cousin, Abby, arrives to help her. She is determined to stand up for herself and get her life back on track. When she receives Lilith Hazelwood's eyes, all kinds of chaos begins. She has also reluctantly acquired Lilith's familiar, a cat named Mort (short for Morte). She needs to learn [...]

    3. I love the premise of the One Part Witch series. Lilith Hazelwood, the most powerful witch Oyster Cove, is murdered and powerful organs are given as donations to several women in need. Lilith, still a Force even though deceased, is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered her and punish whoever that was. She will get her vengeance and sees the beneficiaries of her organs as the best means of doing this. In The Witch's Heart, book 1 (which was fabulous, by the way) it was the turn of Margo [...]

    4. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    5. Good seriesThis a great almost sweet witch mystery series that makes use of a rarely used idea--that certain talents could be passed through transplanted organs. It's such a great idea that I have had to pretend we are in an alternate universe where not only are witches real, but that a transplant doctor could carve up and distribute random parts to deserving individual without even permission papers. And that the courts would convict on evidence on a tape made by civilians. It's such a good sto [...]

    6. Witchy new eyes give Gillian more than just her sight back. With her new witchy sight, she knows way more than she should and sharing with the cops just makes her the prime suspect in her swindling ex's murder. Her new magical abilities save the day when danger comes to call. Her ghostly donor still doesn't have closure about who ended her life and hopes the next transplant recipient will lead her closer to her revenge. This is an interesting amateur sleuth mystery in a series that has an ongoin [...]

    7. Wow, Gillian got royally screwed over by Byron. I enjoyed the appearance of Vaughn, Abby and Morte in Gillian's life. Gillian was able to begin to finally trust people instead of cutting herself of from life. I loved the twist with Simone and the reappearance of Margo and Finn. I can't wait for the next installment.'I received an ARC of this book and voluntarily reviewed it.'

    8. Enjoyed!Unique, fun, well written, and "can't put it down" read. What a great series serving up a mystery and wonderful characters in a seaside town. Witches, a ghost, and a kind hearted surgeon, oh my! Delightful!

    9. I liked this second book in this series a good deal better. Still required some major belief-suspension in a number of spots, but that’s not such a big problem in a fluffy book like this one. It was a fun short read. Looking forward to the rest of them.

    10. Plot thickensVery easy entertaining story to escape in. I like how each recipient of the organs have their own story. Waiting for next

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