A Quick Synopsis

What is The Eye-Dancers about?  Without spoiling the plot or outcome, here is a very general idea. . .

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Seventh-grader Mitchell Brant and three of his classmates inexplicably wake up at the back edge of a softball field to the sounds of a game, the cheering of the crowd.  None of them remembers coming here.  And as they soon learn, “here” is like no place they’ve ever seen.  Cars resemble antiques from the 1950s.  There are no cell phones, no PCs.  Even the spelling of words is slightly off.

A compulsive liar, constantly telling fantastic stories to garner attention and approval, Mitchell can only wish this were just one more of his tall tales.  But it isn’t.  It’s all too real.  Together, as they confront unexpected and life-threatening dangers, Mitchell and his friends must overcome their bickering and insecurities to learn what happened, where they are, and how to get back home.

The answers can be found only in the mysterious little girl with the blue, hypnotic eyes.  The one they had each dreamed of three nights in a row before arriving here.  She is their only hope.  And, as they eventually discover, they are her only hope.

And time is running out.

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Hopefully you will find that intriguing!  But who is Mitchell Brant, really, the book’s main character?  And who are the classmates mentioned here?  They, too, are very important characters in The Eye-Dancers:  Joe Marma, Ryan Swinton, and Marc Kuslanski.   Please take a look at their character profiles to get a better feel for who they are and what they’re all about.

–Mike

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. seeker
    Mar 13, 2013 @ 19:29:54

    So far so good. Now I know where the “blue eye” came from. A female heroine.

    Reply

  2. Kavita Joshi
    Apr 18, 2013 @ 00:32:38

    enjoyed your posts dear..thanks a lot for sharing

    Reply

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