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Mind's Eye (Mind's Eye, #1) by [Rogers, Rebecca A.]
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Seventeen-year-old Kearly Ashling can travel anywhere her mind takes her—literally. Becoming Empress of the planet Cyeor and battling monstrous, otherworldly creatures isn’t a problem. Living among the elves on the Plains of Glasslyn has yet to be an issue, as well. Even touring normal places like Paris, London, Tokyo, and the Amazon Rainforest isn’t difficult.

But traveling through her imagination isn’t just fun and games—it has consequences. Following a battle on the planet Cyeor, she’s visited by a guy who’s unimagined. He warns her to stop using her gift or they will find her. Kearly doesn’t heed the messenger’s advice and soon wishes she had. When the messenger finds her again, he transports her to the M.I.N.D., a corporation which specializes in “healing the psyche.” Once she’s inside the M.I.N.D.’s doors, however, Kearly realizes escaping is nearly impossible.

Now, she must figure out the M.I.N.D.’s true intent, try not to fall for the irritating-yet-handsome messenger, and find a way to outsmart the organization before they stop her from ever imagining again.

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  • Print Length: 286 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,025,477 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars I really enjoyed this story 5 August 2015
By Tia's Kindle Shelf - Published on
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Kearly is a high school student that has the ability to physically travel any where that her mind can imagine real or of her own creation. One day she's celebrating her victory in battle as Empress of Cyeor and a mysterious man pops into her world, she knew she hadn't created him so how did he get there? He demanded she stop using her ability or that he and the others would erase it. How could someone erase her imagination and why would they want to? Suddenly she's running for her life and trying to keep her imagination intact!
Awesome book and I would love to see this made into a movie or tv series! Looking forward to reading the next book! cliffhanger
3.0 out of 5 stars It was okay.... 28 February 2015
By Amanda - Published on
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The idea behind this book was a pretty cool one.

I thought the depth was a bit lacking but the story was enough to keep me engaged and wanting to know more.

I would have liked to see more details about M.I.N.D instead of surface information. I was left mildly confused at to the WHY of what they did. What was the purpose of taking away the imagination ability? I never understood the danger it imposed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it 14 October 2014
By Vegas Kindle 23 - Published on
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I've read all of Rebecca Rogers books this one was really different. Hate the cliff hanger ending though. Can't wait to read what's next.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars SPOILERS. Interesting Premise, but Lacked Depth 29 January 2014
By Jason Huebel - Published on
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An interesting premise, but for the most part it lacked a real feeling of danger.

I also often felt like the character's actions didn't make sense. I mean, the Ministry hates the Dreamers why? Just because they exist? They have to threaten the Ministry in some way. And simply existing isn't a good enough explanation. There's some brief discussion about all imagination being wiped out and the Ministry moving to "Plan B" (probably better named "Phase 2"), but "Plan B" doesn't sound very ominous at all.

The main characters were only vaguely fleshed out, so I never felt particularly connected to any of them. As you would expect, Kearly is the most fleshed out off the characters, but even then it felt skin deep. What are her core motivations, other than just basic survival and escapism?

All that said, this is a OK start to the series. I'll probably read the next book. Maybe some of my issues with this first installment will be resolved.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 13 February 2015
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