The Rules Of Seeing opening line: Kate is holding a white square with both hands.
Nova has a choice, to stay blind or take the chance that an operation will allow her to see for the first time in her life. She is 32 years old and everything she knows is about to change. This is the story of how she learns to see, and how her life changes. And the most important change is Kate. Kate is also learning to see, but not from the perspective of being blind. She is learning to see that her life is not quite what it seems.
The Rules Of Seeing
Nova is 32 years old and she is about to see the world for the very first time.
Jillian Safinova, Nova to her friends, can do many things. She can speak five languages. She can always find a silver lining. And she can even tell when someone is lying just from the sound of their voice.
But there’s one thing Nova can’t do. She can’t see.
When her brother convinces her to have an operation that will restore her sight, Nova wakes up to a world she no longer understands. Until she meets Kate.
As Kate comes into focus, her past threatens to throw them into a different kind of darkness. Can they each learn to see the world in a different … and open their eyes to the lives they could have been living all along?
I found this book so fascinating as it really goes into details about how we learn to see things. If you have a baby at home you too might find this interesting. The story line itself was good, and the book enjoyable.