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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly recommended read from a masterful author... 9 juillet 2007
Par J. Nusz - Publié sur
Luke Kauffman is tired of being treated like a kid. He's done things. He's been places. He doesn't know why his father won't treat him like the young man he's become. He needs a break and that's why he asks to go help Pastor Virgil fix up a church in Auga Rancheria. When his father reluctantly agrees, Luke begins a journey that will change his life forever.

Evil stalks the desert when Luke arrives, hovering over the mountaintop and infiltrating the casino. Luke can see the evil because he has in his possession an odd pair of goggles that allow him to see into another dimension. A dimension of good and evil, light and dark, shadows and radiance. And the goggles work only for him.

With the help of a new techie friend, Luke is able to make the goggles work even better than before, and what he sees draws him further and further into a twisted maze of evil. Does he have the courage and faith to battle the evil, or will the war be lost?

Author Bill Myers has crafted a brilliant and inspiring novel in THE SEEING. Filled with hope and faith, the storyline takes readers on a journey of spiritual adventure. The plot is fast-paced, the characters are masterfully written, and the whole premise is cleverly unique. Rearders of Chrisitan fiction will especially enjoy the strong spiritual undertones of the story and the unbending faith of the characters. THE SEEING is another highly recommended read from a masterful author.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good story, but shallow characters and weak mechanics 30 mai 2007
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In this third book of Bill Myers' "Soul Tracker" series, the main character Luke possesses a pair of goggles that allows him to see spiritual beings and activity. This not only sets him at the center of a spiritual conflict taking place near the desert Southwest community of Agua Rancheria, but it also sets him up to inflate his ego with the unique ability.

While the resolution of these conflicts (both the spiritual one and Luke's internal one) makes for a fast-paced story, the story seems at times almost too fast-paced. The action has a tendency to get in the way of character development, and this means that the characters occasionally become dangerously close to being caricatures rather than fully fleshed out individuals. It feels as though this happens not because the author doesn't have a full idea of what he wants the characters to be, but because he's so familiar with them that he hasn't taken the time to paint a full portrait of the characters for the reader.

Additionally, the spiritual warfare aspect of this book is always a difficult topic to tackle. Because there is not much Scriptural detail about the nature of spiritual warfare, authors writing about it must by necessity take great liberties with the concept to flesh it out. Unfortunately, in this case (and this, as well, seems to feel the result of a bit of a rush to get the action in), the mechanics of spiritual warfare seem to be greatly simplified, lending to an almost over-the-top feeling at times as the effects of actions lack a depth of subtlety. Most spiritual warfare aspects shown in the book emphasize the "right now" rather than readiness rooted in an ongoing spiritual relationship.

However, this is not to say that the book is all (or even mostly) bad. The action that sometimes pushes everything else to the side is still enjoyable, and enough of the characters show through that you can find yourself interested in them, if occasionally baffled as to just who they really are. The book also carries messages of the reality of spiritual warfare and a need for denominational unity (that is, reaching across denominational lines past some more superficial disagreements to come together as a unified Church in times of need).

Overall, even with the flaws it has, this is still a good read with some good points carried through the story. I waffled between a three- and four-star ranking for this and found myself wishing for a three-and-a-half; ultimately, I gave it the benefit of the doubt and gave it four.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 5 STARS for the message and 2 STARS for the story 11 août 2008
Par Steve Taylor - Publié sur
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Here's a prime example of an idea that is much better then the actual story. The spiritual warfare lesson came across loud and clear but I found reading the book actually trying and hard to get through. The story was terribly basic and contrived and the writing was first year English class at best. The characters were shallow and I really didn't find myself connecting with anyone. I really enjoyed Bill's first Soul Tracker book but with these last two I had to force myself to read them. However, this said, I think the book would be great for teenagers. Not only for the simplicity of the writing and good message but because the main character is 15 years old. They should be able to relate.
I enjoyed the bantering among the Pastor's but I'm glad there wasn't too much of it. The final scene in the book was good so it did end on a high note. Bill needs to take his time when writing. His ideas are great but the application of them needs work.

1 Star = Pathetic
2 Stars = Fair
3 Stars = Good
4 Stars = Excellent
5 Stars = Life changing
5.0 étoiles sur 5 keep up the great works. can not wait for any other books or series you have coming!! 15 janvier 2014
Par Anthony - Publié sur
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Loved it!!! Kept me on my seat. Could not put it down. Once again Bill did an outstanding job of helping us know that there are other thing to worry about that we can not see but need to pray about.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Christain fiction books 8 septembre 2013
Par James Lane Maintience - Publié sur
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All Bill Myers book are great and this is no different. If you like reading fiction this is a good one.
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