Toby, moved to the Chicago to start over with his wife and new born children and maybe learn a little bit about his dad who used to work at the University before he was murdered.
Little did Toby know there was a dark secret. The NSA controls most of the University where he works. The reason the NSA is there, is to research and study mind manipulation and everything to do with it.
Toby's son is kidnapped, for his abilities. The only chance Toby has of getting his son back is trusting a rogue hacker that helped kidnap his son in first place.
What's even more terrifying, a man named Adam Lorn shows up at the University who has visions of the future. He tells Toby, he's had visions of him being murdered, but has no idea when it will happen.
Reviewed By Rabia Tanveer for Readers’ Favorite Burning Through Their Eyes by Eugene Knight is the continuation of In Between Dreams, the story of Toby. When we first met him, he was getting to know his new powers and trying to cope with the violent dreams he had. Now that he has found love and has a family of his own, he is finding some stability and happiness with his wife and children. He moved to Chicago to start a new life with his new family, while at the same time trying to find out more about the death of his father who was murdered. However, things are not going as smoothly as he had thought; the NSA is researching mind manipulation and everything to do with it. They are sparing no costs when it comes to doing their “research,” even if it means that they have to kidnap an innocent child. Toby’s world comes crashing down when one of his children is kidnapped, but Toby is not giving up. He is ready to fight for his children, even if it means that he has to use his own abilities. But the road ahead is very difficult? Can Toby fight much more powerful people? Can he find his child before it is too late?
This is once again a great novel by Eugene Knight. I loved In Between Dreams and I absolutely loved Burning Through Their Eyes. I love the character development of Toby; I loved how he was so relaxed and affectionate and I enjoyed his determination to get his child back. The story is thrilling, captivating and very interesting. You will not want to put the novel down because you will want to know how this ends. And, most importantly, you will want to know what Toby does, you will be rooting for him, you will be cheering him on and you will feel connected to him in his struggle to find himself and be the protector that he wants to be. It is brilliant! I am a huge fan of Eugene Knight's writing style and Toby! I wish I could give this book more than 5 stars because it deserves so much more.