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There were times I was thrown off by the constant switching of narratives, but it didn't help the the author forgot in a section as well. Despite that, the concept of the character Echo and her unique abilities was incredibly well-rounded. I would have liked to see her perspective from the start and allow for her Keeper to just be a sub-character that helped to compliment her. The editing could have been a bit better. Typographical errors were present with the kindle version, but unfortunately, that seems to be more and more common place in the digital era.
It was a good read and worth a look!
This is my first review of a book.
I thought that the characters in this book were thought out and developed well. It was a fun read and I wanted to spend all my free time reading it. The way that Echo and Malachi are drawn to each other wanted me to keep reading to see how they were going to develop their relationship. The other characters such as Holden and Zara for echo and Kyran and Cerise for Malachi are also interesting enough to want to know what happens next. I really want to know what exactly the FBI has in store for them as well.
Echo is the ghost medium in this story. She controls her ability/situation with the ghosts by hosting an online show, The Ghost Host, in order for the ghosts to get their messages across. The ghosts have to adhere to certain rules in order to be guests on her show. It is one of the ghosts with a message to her grandson Malachi that helps set this story in motion. Malachi sees that particular episode and reaches out to Echo for more information, especially to find out if she is a fake. He isn't quite sold on the idea of ghosts and mediums. Malachi and Echo feel an instant connection on the phone. They are separated by distance, so they talk on the phone, Skype, and text.
Echo kinda drifts along life. She doesn't have a plan, her parents pretty much rule her life, and what they can't control (the ghost aspect, which they don't believe in), her friend Holden makes decisions for her and protects her. She finally starts getting a backbone when it comes to Malachi. I enjoyed watching her come out of her shell and figuring out things for herself. She is really starting to become a strong solid character.
Malachi is a freshman in college. He is pretty much a rock solid character. He knows who he is and pretty much where he is going in life. I liked him right away. One issue I have with him is his dialogue. I felt the author threw in phrases to make him seem more "Southern" since he is from Georgia.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just love Echo it's a page turner you just can't put it down can't wait for 2. I do want to thank the writer for the great ride with Echo and Malachi and the rest of the gang.Published 21 days ago by Nancy
This book was listed as YA.
I have to say I must really be young at heart yet. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this!
Received this book free. Read more
Reads almost exactly like Apryl Baker's stuff, and full of as many typos (I would suggest they hire professional proofreaders) so it loses a star as it's very unprofessional,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I can't wait for book 2! I hope it's not too long of a wait..Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this book! I really like authors who think outside the box. This is a ghost story that you can't put down! I recommend this book for young teens to adults.Published 3 months ago by Becca Rockafellow
I am not a fan of paranormal stories, but this was a very well written story that kept me engaged until the very end. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I received it free for giving a review, and really liked it. It was well written and not very scary. It was hard to put down in spots and kept your attention. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kathy A. Dent
I usually love this kind of book & I find a lot of YA books to be terrific, even though I'm an adult. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Bower