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