Henry's Gift The Magic Eye Author:David Worsick Young Henry, who sees visions where others see only meaningless patterns, undertakes a quest, venturing into the Necromancer's realm. With his staunch companions Byron and Nadia, Henry outwits a giant serpent, defeats a pack of trolls, finds a long-hidden treasure, overcomes the Necromancer, and discovers that he is the rightful heir to the ... more »throne. Henry vows to knight Byron and marry Nadia, and "thus the kingdom prospered . . . as anyone with vision could foresee."
The references to vision allude to the "magic eye" illustrations that appear frequently throughout the book. (15 in all)« less
This book has lots of amazing "magic eye" pictures to enjoy, but several of them are monsters, skulls, and things like that. The story is about the adopted son of a baron who has the gift of the magic eye. He has to somehow use that gift to find clues that will help him get to his grandfather, who turns out to be a monster. Or something like that. So if you like that kind of thing, you'll enjoy this book.