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The first book in the Watchers Chronicles gets off to a confusing start and stays confusing for far too long. In part, that's because author Miller is trying to introduce five 19-year-olds with few memories (other than nightmares) of a horrific past as well as their younger selves who lived through the agony. Even though the time frame continues to move back and forth, once the characters are established, readers can sink into this classic good-versus-evil battle in which Sam, brother Jonah, Jenna, Carly, and J realize they are Watchers, integral role-players in the war between angels, both fallen and guardian. Miller gets points for vivid writing, and incidents like a hellish plane ride and stormy battles might well put readers on the edge of their seats. Characterizations are generally strong, but it is Jenna's 5-year-old son, Mikey, who tugs at the heartstrings. Those who persevere will be caught up and look forward to the next installment. Grades 9-12. --Ilene Cooper
Dawn Miller has stepped up the game for teen dramas and carved a unique niche in the world of supernatural thrillers. Her clever and unique machination between good and evil leads the reader on an exciting journey through darkness, guided by the power of faith and hope. As a film critic who has watched thousands of movies made from books, I cannot wait to see this one!
Simply put...Dawn Miller is a brilliant writer for adults as well as teens. --Holly McClure, LA film critic, producer and media personality for FOX, CNN, MSNBCSee all Editorial Reviews
In St. Louis five teenagers, five childhood friends, meet up again. Sam, his brother Jonah, Jenna, Carly, and J each suffer from crippling nightmares and blank spots in their... Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by H. Bala
I picked this book up off the sales rack just simply for the title and the cover (call me superficial) a day and a half later I was finished with it. Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by MARTI GILMORE
Before I found out about the whole popular angel-in-YA trend, I notice this book and tried it and was glad I did. The sole gripe I have is the beginning. Read morePublished on February 1, 2012 by Jason Brown
"Old Devil likes you to think in grays, boy"... "Gray keeps you trapped in the in-between. Keeps you from looking for the one true Light that will lead you out, that'll show you... Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by CRISTY
Nightmares and mysterious paintings are challenging Sam Becker's hold on reality. He also seems to be incapable of remembering certain things about his childhood, which he... Read morePublished on August 27, 2011 by Shannon Pease
Title: The Prophecy
Author: Dawn Miller
Genre: YA Christian fantasy
Where I got it: ODLC (the e-book library)
One sentence: Five teens are reunited... Read more
THE WATCHERS CHRONICLES: THE PROPHECY
By Dawn Miller
Reality is merely an illusion ~ Albert Einstein
Something sinister was after them, something that... Read more
Showed an interesting train of thought, something you think back on when you are done. Religious overtones in this book as well with angels *everywhere* so many it is hard to keep... Read morePublished on January 20, 2011 by Sistertex
This book started out slow and I almost stopped reading it but once I got into it I couldnt stop. Love the plot love the theme love mikey love the book!Published on December 31, 2010 by Graves-NC