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Watch is the second novel in the WWW trilogy which begins with Wake and ends with Wonder. In Wake, 15-year-old Caitlin Decter, a teenager born blind, receives sight through a radical new treatment. The same treatment serves as a as a window on the world for an emerging AI entity, which Caitlin ushers into the world.
The story continues in Watch with a US agency noting the appearance of the AI entity now known as Webmind. The story explores the source of conscientiousness as Caitlin and Webmind try to ensure his continued existence.
As with most of Sawyer's previous books, he introduces interesting scientific and technical ideas interlinked with fast-paced drama and action.
The concluding novel in the trilogy, Wonder, is not yet published.
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Sam - Goodreads
Review from A Journey Through Pages If I had thought WWW: Wake was an absolutely amazing book, WWW: Watch is a masterpiece. Once again Sawyer inspires me to want to read more Science Fiction. Once ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Lisa - Goodreads
Like all Sawyer books, I read them because I love the ideas, love the plot, and I just cringe at the characterizations and attempts at descriptions. I love that sawyer is canadian and sets his books ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Rachel - Goodreads
The book is engaging, but a bit stilted. Actions and dialog come off as not quite authentic. Some of that is because the author is slipping in all kinds of scientific concepts and other ideas (autism ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - JH Walker - Goodreads
This is the second novel in a trilogy about a consciousness that emerges on the world wide web and the young girl who discovers it. In book one, Caitlin, a blind, precocious, teenager, gains sight via ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Rob - Goodreads
Continuing the story stared in WWW: Wake, literally seconds after it concludes, we continue to watch how AI both enhances and complicates the life of our central character, Caitlin, as she learns to ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Maurinejt - Goodreads
Much better than the first one. Okay the characters are still lame, and Caitlan's erstwhile romance made me roll my eyes, a lot. Give the author some credit, at least something was going on during one ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Eric Bauman - Goodreads
It was after seeing the first book in this trilogy on the shelves at Barnes and Noble (when I was still shopping there) a few times that I decided to pick it up and read him, and I'm glad I did. I ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Michael - Goodreads
To rate this book as a single is meaningless. I don't know how the author wrote it, but this reads like a single book broken into three volumes. Each volume on their own does not work. As a whole ... Read full review
Review: WWW: Watch (WWW #2)User Review - Matthew Hester - Goodreads
There are two things that Sawyer does right with this novel, and one thing he does wrong. Unfortunately it is the one thing he does wrong which really stands out in the novel, to the point where the ... Read full review