The Watcher (2020)

The Watcher Jane Palmer The Watcher The planet Ojal has been invaded A mysterious vampire force has almost sucked dry the energy pools on which the Ojalie depend Controller Opu is charged with finding a solution Breaking Galactic law an
  • Title: The Watcher
  • Author: Jane Palmer
  • ISBN: 9780704340381
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
The Watcher Jane Palmer The planet Ojal has been invaded A mysterious vampire force has almost sucked dry the energy pools on which the Ojalie depend Controller Opu is charged with finding a solution Breaking Galactic law and coping with severe childcare problems, her search ultimately leads to Earth where the characters involved are not all what they seem There is an unnervingly independentThe planet Ojal has been invaded A mysterious vampire force has almost sucked dry the energy pools on which the Ojalie depend Controller Opu is charged with finding a solution Breaking Galactic law and coping with severe childcare problems, her search ultimately leads to Earth where the characters involved are not all what they seem There is an unnervingly independent student, two sinister spiritualists, a bullet proof black policeman, and a youthful watcher apparently over a hundred years old.
The Watcher Jane Palmer

  • [EPUB] ✓ The Watcher | BY ↠ Jane Palmer
    116 Jane Palmer
  • thumbnail Title: [EPUB] ✓ The Watcher | BY ↠ Jane Palmer
    Posted by:Jane Palmer
    Published :2019-08-25T17:16:34+00:00

One thought on “The Watcher

  1. Ape

    2009 bookcrossing journal What a random, wierd book It is such a daft story and ok, it says on the back that this is sci fi satire but to be perfectly honest at times it comes across as poorly plotted and poorly written as if she was in a rush to write this thing There s a quote on the back of this book Another joyous send up to the sf genre, combining Jane Palmer s gift for satire with a new cast of eccentrics, as plausible as anyone you d find in the average bus queue Mary Gentle, Interzone I [...]

  2. Doug

    The Watcher is a little slippery If I described the bones of its plot or its characters which include a planet threatened with destruction from an energy being, time travel, sea monsters, and a conveniently bulletproof resident of Earth it would sound either like a pulp era space opera, or a consciously zany send up of same perhaps in the mode of Goulart or Harrison But although The Watcher isn t without flashes of dry humor, its characters certainly take their situations seriously, and since th [...]

  3. J Hampshire

    The Watcher, renamed The Kybion, follows Gabrielle, a teenage girl,as she stays in a remote seaside cottage after sitting her A levels She unpicks a local mystery and meets an unlikely policeman Meanwhile Controller Opu has her own problems a skilled and demanding job and a ghastly sprog to care for I loved her him hermaphrodite A thoroughly enjoyable book that makes you care about the characters.

  4. Wolverina

    Much stronger than her other novel The Planet Dweller, Palmer writes an entertaining novel questioning what sentient life is and how it is best protected I especially love her alien lifeforms they are creative, amusing and startlingly relatable

  5. Michelle Cook

    This blew me away when I read it as a teenager, and I have recently been planning to read it again.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *