The Last Echo
Publish date: March 29th 2012
Pages no: 358
Edition language: English
Series: The Body Finder (#3)
The Last Echo is an interesting transitional novel in a great series. I don't like everything that was done but I feel like it was all necessary to move Violet closer to being an adult.
There's something subtle about these books. They're calming even though the plots aren't. i feel relaxed the whole time I read them. It's very odd. No other series makes me feel that way. And, while that may sound like a bad thing in a book, it's not. I love this series. I don't know if it's the art...
I think that The Last Echo was probably my favorite book of The Body Finder series so far. It still had some slow parts, but I felt like there was more going on than in the previous book, especially since Desires of the Dead was a bit disappointing.So, at the beginning of The Last Echo, Violet is wo...
*Review may contain spoilers.*The Last Echo was, by far, the best book in The Body Finder series. It had a little bit of a darker feel to it. I could tell almost right away that it had a more ominous tone, and I knew something terrible was going to happen. Also, I *may* have read the jacket for Dead...
Taking my time, I enjoyed this novel. Very moving from start to finish, I’m anxious to get to the next book already… The plot of the book is once again very exciting. Moving quickly, stepping into Violet’s shoe’s, I’m ready to be a detective. I’m ready to find dead bodies and solve mysteries. Being ...
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