With heart-stopping fantasy action and clear spiritual insights, Eye of the Oracle will captivate young and old alike, and it will challenge every listener to search deep within for answers to the mysteries in their own hearts.
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©2006 Bryan Davis; (P)2008 Oasis Audio
At first I was a little apprehensive that the series was going to be simplistic and juvenille, but how wrong I was. Eye of the Oracle was very well written with good character development and an absolutely vast scope. The reader has a rich voice which really added a lot of feeling to the book. My only issue is that the ending was extremely compressed which felt forced (I think it is actually expanded on in the rest of the series). Overall a very worthwhile read, I can't wait for the rest of the series.
This story is inspiring and faith promoting. The author integrates some Biblical references,but the book is by no means preachy. What sets it apart is how well the story catches interest without unnecessary sensationalism. It is clean enough to give to my kids and mature enough to keep me involved.
The only reason I gave the story 4 stars is that the end was rushed in one part so much that I had to listen to that part 4 times to grasp everything. I'm almost done with the next book, and in retrospect it was just an awkward lead in to the sequels.
Overall, I loved it and would recommend it to anyone.
The evil is too evil....don't care for that type of story.
Not really - I bought it as a possible listen with my kids. Don't care to have them listen to witch incantations, even fiction.
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