O.K. readers, “Carbon” is Book Two of the Watcher Series and as much as I absolutely loved, “Watcher” I have to say “Carbon” may have beat it.  But, I don’t really know if that is true because both books were  non-stop readers and both left me wanting more.  So, with that said, I can’t wait until Book Three!

“Carbon” begins where “Watcher” left off.  Sawyer is no longer human and Kenzie is dead.  Sawyer feels she has let everyone down and lost everyone she has ever loved or that loved her.  Now with Sawyer’s next adventure she agrees to go by boat to the United Isles and find out what awaits her there to help rid Coleman from this world forever.

Sawyer and Chevy, her dog, have to share a small port room with Max and it isn’t very pleasant.  Max is Murray’s son and he sent Max along with Sawyer to help her.  This totally annoys Sawyer and so does Max.  He just gets under her skin.

The United Isles  is a beautiful place full of people and upon the hill overlooking the island lives a Princess named Lena.  Lena oversees the people of the island.  Lena helps teach Sawyer to channel her energy so she can have a chance at beating Coleman.  Lena is Coleman’s daughter and she has escaped him and is in hiding.

Sawyer is having a very hard time getting over her love for Kenzie and Max has already fallen in love with her.  One day Kenzie is sent to destroy the United Isles and while he tries, he meets back up with Sawyer, but he doesn’t remember loving her.  Sawyer is now very attracted to Max , but she has a hard time forgetting how much she loved Kenzie.  During the raid on the island Kenzie shoots and kills Chevy.  This is when Sawyer realizes Kenzie has had his past erased by Coleman and she decides she must kill Kenzie.  Max and Sawyer love one another and they know Coleman is coming to get his daughter and that he will kill everyone on the island.

When the book ends Coleman returns, he has a virus and needs his daughter to live, he captures her and leaves Kenzie there and some others to destroy the island or die.  I will not tell you exactly how the book ends because it will ruin the story for you, but it is another cliff hanger and we have to wait until 2018 to see what unfolds in the saga with Kenzie, Sawyer, Max, Lena, Coleman and the others.  The book does give you and little to think about, but it left me a somewhat confused.   So, as you can tell I am so ready for #3!

A. J. Eversley writes both “Watcher” and “Carbon” and I love these books.  I could hardly stop reading them and finished them both within a couple of days.  I recommend you reading both books.  They are definitely worth the read.


Book Description:

Sawyer has lost everything. Her family, the man she loves…her humanity. No longer a Watcher, Sawyer must now begin a journey to understand her new identity. Carbon.

With no where left to call home, and no one left to guide her, Sawyer must rely on the help of a stranger to learn who she really is now, and how to use it to her advantage. In a world where nothing is as it seems, and who to trust is a thin line between friend and foe, Sawyer will turn to the stars that have shaped her destiny long before she even knew she had one. And the man who fate has sent her.

Book two in this epic series, Carbon will answer questions you didn’t even know you had. And strangers will become the only ones who can help her. Join Sawyer as the journey to save humanity continues. 



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.

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