Eden’s Echo by Lynn Veevers

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What I Loved:

I loved the idea of this teen girl’s body absorbing her mother’s soul. It was a unique plot, and one that I have not read before!

How I Felt:

Eden’s Echo does an amazing job of starting off with a bang. I felt like the first chapter had me hooked, and I couldn’t put it down from there! The pace is fast, but slows enough to let the reader understand the world and the situation.

I really liked that Eden was written as this super normal teenage girl. She’s got all the normal problems to deal with, but then she gets this huge weight of her mother added into the mix. She felt like a very relatable person, and made the entire story completely enjoyable.

Eden doesn’t know who her real father is. It’s a secret that her mother knew, but chose not to share. And then she died. Eden’s journey to uncover this mystery leads to a ton of twists and turns in the plot, making the entire story a page-turning read.

Overall, I enjoyed the characters that Lynn Veevers created in Eden’s Echo. She built a plot that has filled with exciting surprises for the reader, and I think that it’s going to be a book that is enjoyed by many!

To Read or Not To Read:

I would recommend Eden’s Echo for readers that enjoy YA with a paranormal mystery added!

Where to Find This Book:

Eden’s Echo by Lynn Veevers is available at these sites.

Goodreads | Amazon Kindle

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True love knows no boundaries, it sees no color, even if that love is forbidden.

Believing that got Eden’s mom, Echo killed at the age of sixteen, and the identity of Eden’s father was one of many secrets she took to the grave. Instead of moving on, Echo’s soul moved in. With her mother’s presence in her body, Eden can feel Echo’s emotions and hear her thoughts.

When Eden tells, pseudo father, Uncle Daryl, about the voice in her head, it takes her down a road that leads to a diagnosis of multiple personalities. Now at seventeen, Eden has a secret love affair of her own with Drew.

If Uncle Daryl ever found out the consequences would rip them apart, but that’s the least of Eden’s problems. As new clues surface surrounding her father’s identity, Eden finds herself on a dangerous path that could answer her paternity questions and the mysteries of her mother’s death, but at what cost?

Eden can feel the weight of the secrets Echo keeps from her—secrets that have Echo’s killer returning after seventeen years with a mind to make history repeat itself.

Just the Facts:

Eden’s Echo by Lynn Veevers
Page Count: 300 pages
Publisher: Amazon
Pub Date: May 15, 2020

Lynn Veevers is originally from Washington State. An award winning author she is both traditionally and self published. With her mother being from Christchurch, New Zealand and her father being a well-traveled retired Navy Chief, Lynn has always had a fascination with different cultures around the world.

An avid reader, she prefers books that take her to a place she’s never been and teach her something new at the same time. The Young Adult Genre is her absolute favorite to read, so it comes as no surprise that it is also her favorite to write. Lynn, on average, pens two to three novels a year.

Aside from being an author, Lynn is also an award winning graphic designer, and an editor. You can see this side of her here: https://www.storiedgraphics.com/

Today Lynn lives with her husband and kids in Southeast Oklahoma. Her young adult and adolescent children are supportive and avid beta readers of her work and give her a straightforward and honest point of view about how authentic her characters voices and personalities are for their age group. What better reference than someone close to the same age as the main character. Her kids always have and always will be her greatest inspiration.

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I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.

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