Book review: The Eye-Dancers by Michael S. Fedison

This is the first official book review I have ever done! I mean, I easily talk about books I’m reading, or express my opinion on which ones I enjoyed etc. but never had I thought I’d give this facet a go. So without further ado, here’s my first review!

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(Image, property of Michael S. Fedison, used only to allow you to experience the cover art.)

Intrigue in The Eye-Dancers

The Eye-dancers, by Michael S. Fedison is quite an exciting exploration tale about a boy who suffers from compulsive lying and three of his unlikely mates who accidentally happen to be sucked into a bizarre situation. Teasing the realms of reality and surrealism, Fedison has created a world in which even the familiar is strange and ensnares the reader into flipping page after page, caught up in the adventure, the unknown mystery.

Although the book’s target audience seem to be children and teens, I’d recommend this book to all who enjoy a bit of mystery, a bit of fantasy, with a combination of Sherlock Holmes like elements of intrigue.

For those of you who don’t know, Michael has a blog here on wordpress.

The review is on Amazon

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