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Eye of the Heart

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Sub-genres: Drama, General Romance

Luke received a wonderful new gift for his sixteenth birthday, one that changed the way the he saw the world around him. It would lead him along a different road, and a different way of thinking, and ultimately present him with the one thing he was most missing in life.

Copyright © 2018 Geron Kees; All Rights Reserved.

Story Recommendations (4 members)

  • Action Packed 0
  • Addictive/Pacing 1
  • Characters 4
  • Chills 0
  • Cliffhanger 0
  • Compelling 1
  • Feel-Good 3
  • Humor 3
  • Smoldering 1
  • Tearjerker 0
  • Unique 2
  • World Building 0

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   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

Caught by a camera, the eye of the heart can be kept forever.  Luke's birthday present from his grandfather is a gift that Luke will use to capture many moments, but the best picture will be the one that captures Luke's love.  This story is a great read for old and young alike. Some will be reminded of memories and others given hope. 


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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

This was another very pleasing short story from Geron, my seventh so far of his to have the pleasure of enjoying. This was another story based on a picture, the link for which is included at the end of the story.

Luke, the main character of the story, receives a camera as a 16th birthday present from his grandfather. That gift ends up changing Luke's life in many interesting ways. 

Here's an excerpt from the story that I think sums things up very nicely:

Oddly enough, the search for images helped to ease his building loneliness. There were so many things in the world that were beautiful and special, and gave him a wonderful feeling to capture, that the fact that his search for them was mostly solitary did not seem to matter. The camera was a partner of sorts, an extension of his eye of the heart, to use granddad's own analogy, and together they sought out those special moments that needed saving.

This was a happy feel-good story that was a great read for a lazy weekend afternoon. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.

Response from the author:

This story was written on a lazy afternoon, too. A good time for many things, it seems.

Thanks! :)


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   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

We all do weird s**t the first time we are infatuated by someone breathtaking. Geron has expanded on an interesting idea, making it endearing and sweet. You won't be disappointed. Give it a read. :)

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   11 of 11 members found this review helpful 11 / 11 members

A fantastic story based on a picture. Luke is given a camera for his 16th birthday and  we see how it change’s his perspective of the world around him.  We see him taking many pictures with brilliant descriptions about each one. A fantastic read, highly recommend.

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