Choose - Echo's Voice: Episode I Kindle Edition
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As I was reading Choose on my Kindle Fire I couldn't help wondering how the Port device used in Echo's voice was any different from what I was using to read the novel.
I read Choose in two sittings and found myself wishing for more. I am eagerly awaiting the next installment in June.
I hope that the author is able to improve their writing style and skills for future books, because the potential of this series of great. As a single book, Episode I cannot stand up on its own. The book just kind of goes along, with no particular direction, besides showing evidence of civil unrest and conspiracy. There is no conflict resolution here, only build up.
I'm interested to see where this is going, but if the second book doesn't correct the errors of the first, that will be the end of the road for me.
This is a futuristic story where corporations own people, but the mega wealthy somehow can get rejuvenated treatments. It was not entirely spelled out, but the caste system in place seems quite believable. The characters are deep enough to make you care for them, and root for some while hating others.
This is a fast read, but there are already several episodes after this on Kindle so grab them too.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading these first 150 pages and have since purchased and begun reading the later installments. So far this serial reminds me of "The Hunger Games" without in anyway being a copy of it, which understandable since from what I gather it predates that book. However both books seem to me to share in a common tone.
Spend the 99 pennies and give the first volume a chance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really liked the idea of this book, and it was pretty well written, but there are a lot of grammatical errors. Misspelled or forgotten letters and words... Read morePublished 21 months ago by thebeez
I really enjoyed this book. If the editting was better (grammar, spelling, punctuation) I would have given the book 4 stars. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by Amy Jesionowski
Plan on reading all of the Echo books. They are really one big story. They portray an interesting future world, but to enjoy it you must be able to suspend your disbelief. Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by Jesse