The Watchers by J.A. Glass
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5 out of 5
This was an amazing read. I was kind of skeptical bout this book at first. A doctor having to do eye implants that can be turned on at anytime, the watchers consistently watching everything so everyone can be safe. Seemed a little weird, but J.A. Glass executed this story perfectly. I Have nothing bad to say about this book! I can't wait to read this next one!
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The Colony. Perfect. Safe. Wholesome.
Not a single violent crime since its creation. People are given jobs based on their skills, housed in Quarters to cultivate the success of like-minded individuals, protected from disorder and the radiation beyond the walls by The Watcher Initiative.
The entry fee? A simple surgery.
Implants behind your eyes ensure your safety, monitor those you come into contact with.
Dr. Ellimeaux Edin is one of many who provides these implants. Fresh from compulsory schooling and ready to start her life, she is tasked with implanting a little girl, far too young for the procedure.
Her choice will shatter her perception and change her life
In the colony,
What you see can change everything...