The Watcher's Son

The Watcher's Son By J.L. Aarne, The Watcher s Son Once upon a time when they were young and inexperienced Dale and James made a lot of mistakes Sometimes innocent people paid the price Christmas morning one of the mistakes from their past comes bac
  • Title: The Watcher's Son
  • Author: J.L. Aarne
  • ISBN: 9781533431479
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Watcher's Son By J.L. Aarne, Once upon a time when they were young and inexperienced, Dale and James made a lot of mistakes Sometimes innocent people paid the price.Christmas morning, one of the mistakes from their past comes back to haunt Dale.Tyler Gillian was a little boy when James destroyed his life With James officially dead, his vengeance turns upon Dale and the people he cares about In theOnce upon a time when they were young and inexperienced, Dale and James made a lot of mistakes Sometimes innocent people paid the price.Christmas morning, one of the mistakes from their past comes back to haunt Dale.Tyler Gillian was a little boy when James destroyed his life With James officially dead, his vengeance turns upon Dale and the people he cares about In the years since Dale last saw him, Tyler has become a powerful practitioner of magic strange magic that Dale knows almost nothing about.Every spell has a counter and every curse can be broken, at least that is what he has always believed, but this time things are different Tyler wants Dale s power and his life and if Dale wants to save his friend, he may have to give up everything.
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    About "J.L. Aarne"

    1. J.L. Aarne

      J.L Aarne currently lives in the Northwest United States Aarne studied English at the University of New Orleans, but like so many people these days, could not afford to finish Someday, perhaps J.L Aarne does not write romance novels.Aarne blogs from time to time at jlaarne tumblrAarne can be reached by email at jlaarne outlook dot com

    628 thoughts on “The Watcher's Son”

    1. 4 StarsReview In my review of Book 1, I talked about one particular incident that was mentioned in a flashback because, well, it was pretty terrible And that incident was pretty much what this book was about Or rather, it was about the child affected in that incident wanting revenge And I liked that, that instead of just being brushed aside as backstory, the incident was brought forward and that there were consequences for it And also, because I already knew the story and felt for the child who [...]



    2. I m not sure how I feel about this book On the one hand, I did enjoy parts of it I liked the paranormal part, I kept wondering how Dale was going to solve the problem they were in On the other hand, there were things I didn t like To be honest, I didn t really feel for Tyler, and I believe we spent too long in the flashbacks relating his story The actual solving of the problem was a bit of a downer, because I was expecting Dale to come up with a clever solution But what really bothered me was wh [...]




    3. Not my favorite, but still pretty decent This isn t my favorite of the books in the series It calls in some tropes that I m not fond of, like guy finds out he is a masochist while being beaten bloody and self sacrifice over common sense But the end turned out better than I expected, and overall it was still a pretty good read.



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