Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Savior (Watcher Series Book #3) by AJ Eversley

I read the first two books in this dystopian trilogy and loved them. I was eager to read this final book and found it to be the perfect ending to one of the best dystopian trilogies I've read.

Book Details:

Book Title: Savior (Watcher Series Book #3) by AJ Eversley
Category: YA Fiction,  340 pages
Genre: Dystopian / Sci-fi
Publisher: Createspace
Release date: March 13, 2018
Content Rating: PG (for some violence in fight scenes, no swearing)

Book Description:

“Even I cannot outrun death. It chases me into darkness and can’t find the light. But heis coming back, and we will need every weapon we can find. And if that means turning to the one person who has caused me so much pain, just to save them all, I will do it…and it just might break me in the process.”

The explosive conclusion to the Watcher Series will decide the fate of the entire human race.

Sawyer has been a Watcher. She’s been a Carbon. Now she must become their Savior.

With the inevitable return of Coleman looming, Sawyer knows their army is not enough. On a journey to convince an ally to join their war, Sawyer discovers why the stars have placed the fate of the human race in her hands. And she’s not alone.

Kenzie is her enemy. He is wrong and ruthless, and he’s tried to kill Sawyer more than once. Yet she still can’t stay away. Both drawn to each other in a way neither can explain, they must learn to trust one another as well as themselves if they want to survive. And soon, Sawyer will find she must trust in the stars to protect her and put her faith in others if she wants to live.

Find out who will survive, and if they can save humanity from a future painted black, in the epic conclusion of the Watcher Series.

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My Review:
Reviewed by Laura Fabiani

From the very first page I was once again quickly immersed into the world of Watcher. Sawyer has lost so much already but she knows Coleman will be back to wage war and destroy the few who are not under his control. The story continues from where the second book ended, so readers would need to read the first two books to fully understand what is going on. There was enough backstory for me to remember what happened in the first two books that I read more than a year and a half ago.

As with her first two books I was again impressed with the author's ability to create a dystopian world, this time with the addition of the Mountain Men, strong compelling characters with complex issues and a plot that is well executed. There is a love triangle and the inevitable question as to who Sawyer will choose and how it will happen. As with any love triangle, I was torn and could feel my emotions warring as I sped through the pages. I read this book with every spare moment I had and finished it quite quickly with an ending that brought tears to my eyes.

Eversley has also written four novellas featuring the backstory of several characters (currently free on Amazon) that I read in between the novels which kept me invested in this trilogy as I waited for the final book. AJ Eversley is an author to watch for, and I eagerly anticipate reading more of her work. I know she has a new novel to be release soon and I know I will want to read it.

Reviews of the first two books in the trilogy:

Meet the Author:

AJ Eversley is the author of the WATCHER series. A true north Canadian girl, AJ currently lives in Central Alberta with her husband and dog. When she’s not writing, she can be found binge watching Harry Potter, quoting various movies in every day conversation, and eating copious amounts of candy.

Connect with the author: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook ~ Instagram

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  1. Yikes on that spam above me...

    But anyway, this sounds like a good series, I need to lookat book 1

    1. Yeah...I deleted it as soon as I saw it. I hope you get to read the first book Watcher.


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