I,EYE,SEE


Fiction - Social Issues
440 Pages
Reviewed on 01/07/2016
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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite

I am in awe of Carol Phillip-Tudor. I, EYE, SEE is, in my opinion, destined to become a classic of contemporary literature. I understood I was reading something unique, important, and brilliant. When Mrs. Peely, the upstairs neighbor, ventures downstairs to ask the neighbors to be quiet, she finds herself in a world turned upside down, inside the mind of the downstairs neighbor and involved in some intense debates about ... everything. I’m not even sure if the three characters in this amazing conversation are really there or creations of one character’s mind. It doesn't matter. This novel is going to go down as one of the most incredible conversations in the annals of English and American literary history. This is so obviously the work of someone whose level of education and command of the language is way above my own, yet I didn't feel Carol Phillip-Tudor was in any way condescending to me as a reader, and I consider I, EYE, SEE as a great opportunity to learn and think.

Every subject you can possibly think of is touched on and discussed with wit, charm, irony, and satire. The classical, literary, biblical, mythological, and pop culture references boggle the mind. I can only tell you that I liked it and that you should read it, and that you will learn a lot about yourself and our culture long before you finish it. It can be profane, shocking, and irreverent at times, but always entertaining and enlightening. I can see it as a play on Broadway or a work like Catcher in the Rye that students have to study in order to develop an appreciation for literature and the absurdity of life.

Ray Simmons for Readers'



I am in awe of Carol Phillip-Tudor. I, EYE, SEE is, in my opinion, destined to become a classic of contemporary literature. I understood I was reading something unique, important, and brilliant. When Mrs. Peely, the upstairs neighbor, ventures downstairs to ask the neighbors to be quiet, she finds herself in a world turned upside down, inside the mind of the downstairs neighbor and involved in some intense debates about ... everything. I’m not even sure if the three characters in this amazing conversation are really there or creations of one character’s mind. It doesn't matter. This novel is going to go down as one of the most incredible conversations in the annals of English and American literary history. This is so obviously the work of someone whose level of education and command of the language is way above my own, yet I didn't feel Carol Phillip-Tudor was in any way condescending to me as a reader, and I consider I, EYE, SEE as a great opportunity to learn and think.

Every subject you can possibly think of is touched on and discussed with wit, charm, irony, and satire. The classical, literary, biblical, mythological, and pop culture references boggle the mind. I can only tell you that I liked it and that you should read it, and that you will learn a lot about yourself and our culture long before you finish it. It can be profane, shocking, and irreverent at times, but always entertaining and enlightening. I can see it as a play on Broadway or a work like Catcher in the Rye that students have to study in order to develop an appreciation for literature and the absurdity of life.

Prisca Hyligar

I agree, wholeheartedly with the well- expressed sentiments of Readers'Favorites reviewer Ray Simmons regarding I, Eye, See. He hits the nail right on the head!