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Newly made vampire Anna has become a Watcher - one of the supernatural world's enforcers - even as she fights to control her vampiric rage. When a series of very dangerous events threatens to draw out her unstable powers, her Watcher mentor sends her away for her own safety. But if there's one thing Anna has always been able to find, it's trouble.

©2007 Jeanne C. Stein (P)2010 Audible, Inc.

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  • Sapphire Art and Wood
  • 02-04-12

Keep them coming Jeanne!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Most definitely and I have to several of my audio listening friends

Who was your favorite character and why?

Anna Strong and Frye

Which scene was your favorite?

In the cave scene where she kills the vampire!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Always cheering Anna on to victory over her enemies

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  • Amanda
  • 11-12-11

Not bad, not real great either

What did you like best about The Watcher? What did you like least?

The story was a bit boring.

What was most disappointing about Jeanne C. Stein’s story?

You just really didn't get to know or care about the characters and the story was a bit too basic.

Have you listened to any of Dina Pearlman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

haven't listened to her other performances

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

no

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  • Ann
  • 11-09-11

Wonderful series and narrator

I've now listened to the first 6 books of the Anna Strong series and have thoroughly enjoyed them all. Each one is a new adventure and Dina Pearlman never fails to bring the characters to life and keep you enthralled. On more than one occasion I was tempted to take my Ipod into the car to listen on the way to work. I highly recommend them all.

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  • Scott Kelley
  • 06-09-20

wise up Anna

Well I think the series is pretty good but I also think Anna as with a lot of lead characters of most books is pretty stupid. She seems to have little common sense some of which is understandable because of the lack of trust, which is also understandable. She knows she doesn't know anything about her new life but still refuses to find out more about it. Three books now and she still hasn't learned to erase someone's mind like the others did in the first book.

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  • Shonda P. Young
  • 18-03-17

3rd person

I like the Anna Strong series, but I wish it was written or read more in first person.

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  • Joe
  • 12-09-13

watcher

What did you love best about The Watcher?

the storie line was easy to foolow

Who was your favorite character and why?

Anna she is free spirited and stronge

What about Dina Pearlman’s performance did you like?

she keep my interest and did a great job in separating the characters

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  • Sho Sunaga
  • 01-11-11

getting better

I actually enjoyed it better than the first two books. I think I came to like Anna the head strong sometimes too quick to judge, vampire/bounty hunter ex English teacher. I was pleasantly surprised by the appearance of "Casper" her semi-guardian angel-like being showing himself. Boy was he NOT what I imagined, and was a good surprise. Unfortunately though even with that surprising reveal, nothing of substance about Casper was made clear. I hope we would know more soon.

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  • Georgina Sands
  • 25-10-11

Is this a reversed George Sands?

It has been a male perspective that women are so emotional that they cannot think logically or rationally. I was so appalled at having Anna Strong unable to deduce that paying no attention to the biggest threat in the room when she could have neutralized that threat in oh say 3 seconds, that I just quit this book, and this author and series too. Dina Pearlman does a good job, but don't bother with this audio (or print) book unless you have a high tolerence stereotypical female characters. Freud lives!!

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  • Ali
  • 22-10-11

Great new series

I love books about vampires, it was so interesting to get a new take on vampires in general. The society of socially elite vampires have a way of during things. Then comes Anna, who does everything but follow the rules. They may want to influence her behavior but it just isn't going to happen.