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Author: Terry Persun
ISBN: 1935961209
Language: English
Pages: 238 pages
Category: Science Fiction
Publisher: Booktrope Editions (July 15, 2011)
Rating: 4.3
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About "Doublesight": "Lately fantasy rarely surprises and seldom delights, but Terry Persun's novel "Doublesight" does both and more.

About "Doublesight": "Lately fantasy rarely surprises and seldom delights, but Terry Persun's novel "Doublesight" does both and more. Richly textural, complicated in character, and presenting a world unlike any other, this debut imbues new blood into the genre. It is a stunning fantasy for the new millennium. - James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of "the Eye of God". About "Doublesight": "Persun's captivating new fantasy raises the art of shape shifting to a new level

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Terry Persun’s most popular book is Cathedral of Dreams. Sweet Song by. Terry Persun (Goodreads Author). Doublesight by.

Terry's novel "Cathedral of Dreams" was a finalist in the ForeWord magazine Book of the Year Awards, and . Terry Persun received his MA in Creative Writing from SUNY Stony Brook.

Terry's novel "Cathedral of Dreams" was a finalist in the ForeWord magazine Book of the Year Awards, and "Sweet Song" won a Silver IPPY Award. His novels "Hear No Evil" and "Ten Months in Wonderland" were Excited to announce that I just won the Book Excellence Award in the science fiction category for my latest novel BIOMASS: Rewind. He has published 22 novels, four poetry collections, and three non-fiction books

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The flap pushed in. I won't get too close, she said,. but we do have to keep our voices down so they don't carry. I wouldn't want any of the outsiders to hear u. .The outsiders or the other escapees? he said, thinking particularly of Ben. Ben knows I'm here, if that's what you mean. She had come to talk with him. Fine, he'd give her space to talk.

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In this exciting thriller, Tempest Eugene Nesbit (. The top secret project he worked on was shut down, but why? His bodyguard and friend may have the answers, and hands Ten a list of who made the final decision about the project and his life sentence. Now, it's his turn to ac. escription: In this exciting thriller (series), Tempest Eugene Nesbit (.

In Newcity, everyone is content. Bad feelings are not allowed, because your monitoring chip will alert the police to bring you in for treatment. In Newcity, everyone is content.

"Cathedral of Dreams" won the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Finalist Award.  
Comments (7)
Captain America
I love this book. Let me say that from the outset. What I enjoy most about this story is that Terry Persun builds a world that seems similar to earth and then folds within layers of conflicted characters like the emotion police but also about the main characters and how they function within this odd world. Add to that a love story with a strange and mysterious woman and the author had me on page one. Lots of instances of feeling off-balance which is intended and also enjoyed. A great book all-in-all.
Marad
I was lucky enough to pick this up as a free book. It was hard to put it down once I started reading.The end seemed to really drag and I found myself scrolling through a lot of the get away get caught get away parts toward the end. I felt like that part was written just to add s few pages more to the book.Otherwise this was really an enjoyable read!
Kulalas
Best book I have read in a long time! I couldn't stop reading from beginning to end. Still processing some of the great metaphors. I am a huge Matrix fan, and this was like going back into that same kind of constant state of amazement and anticipation that I experienced watching those movies.
Bravo!
Mataxe
I like the cover art for this book but the title could have been better. The word "cathedral" doesn't fit, imo. It's well-written with lots of action and a message that isn't thrown into your face. Keith's connection to Newcity after his disconnection left me wondering, but all in all, it was a pretty good book.
Uscavel
...in that there are no thoroughly noble characters to be found in this story. Death comes through mundane means such as anger or stupidity as opposed to heroism or tragedy. Even the prerequisite oppressor regime chooses to let the rebels escape rather than sacrifice them as an example to the masses.
So ALL of society is supposed to be flawed, how realistic is that? Wait, What?????
{Slinks off to get the next book}
Qumenalu
Though this was a great premise and well-written from a grammar and usage standpoint, it struck me as sparse. Scenes often felt rushed, and I couldn't get a character's motivation because it seemed as if I was missing necessary information. I wanted nearly every scene expanded and fleshed out.
Others may really .like this sparse style -- sk
Elildelm
"Neither Bradley nor Blake was seen again. They must have been off strategizing. It all seemed so pointless to Keith."

That's exactly how I felt about this book. Interesting premise, but went nowhere. Pointless. They rush here, there. They are captured, they escape. They are brought somewhere else, they escape again. Questions are asked, there are never any answers, not even in the last few pages.

The book sort of trails off to an end ... though it could have gone on forever. Like this review.

Except for some rhapsodizing over the beauties of the new sensations when Keith first leaves the city, the story writing sounds much like this review. Not worth reading.
I am a very picky reader, often giving up on books halfway through because they aren't grabbing my interest. I found that with this one, I was sad to see it end.