The Third Eye

The Third Eye

Book - 1984
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High school senior Karen, who worries that her psychic powers will make her seem different from other people, is frightened at first when a young policeman asks her to use her gift to help the police locate missing children.
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, c1984
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780440987208
0440987202
9780316195539
0316195537
Branch Call Number: TEEN F DUN
Characteristics: 220 p. ; 22 cm

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duriandcannith
Jan 31, 2018

Another solid 3-star novel from Lois Duncan. As is often the case in Duncan’s novels, there are some parts that are done perfectly and others that feel a little rushed, but in the end it’s a quick, easy read of decent quality.

Content Warning: Animal Death & Child Death – There are some mentions of a dead girl (not vivid) and the protag has a nightmare about some missing infants being dead (not vivid). The cop shoots a dog that tries to attack him. You don’t see the dog die, but you see it’s body after and it is described in detail (~2 sentences).

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