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Critical Praise for Truesight


“Stahler’s powerful debut novel is two parts science-fiction thriller and one part cautionary fable about the dangers of fundamentalism. . . . Supple writing and unusual twists should keep readers firmly hooked.”

Publishers Weekly


“Stahler’s sightless community is both compelling and believable. . . . The original premise and provocative theme will intrigue fans of dystopic fiction.”

The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books


“Stahler debuts with a thought-provoking tale strongly reminiscent of Lois Lowry’s The Giver. . . . Fans of issue-driven fiction will find this novel absorbing.”

School Library Journal


“This SF coming-of-age novel will intrigue younger YAs. . . . A strong debut novel.”

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Awards and Other Accolades for Truesight


  • American Library Association: 2004 Teens’ Top Ten nomination

  • New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age 2006 selection

  • Texas Library Association: Lone Star Reading List 2005–2006 selection

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