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Echo Volume 2: The Taste of Ashes Review

This was one of those books that were stressful to read(in a good way)! The whole time I was waiting for the other shoe to drop, the shoe of course being the betrayal that I was expecting from Atriya’s colleagues. I was in a constant state of worry and it was great. I hated putting it down because there was so much fighting that I was sure almost every other page Atriya was going to be mortally wounded and left for dead. But of course, he had to keep showing us how badass he was by constantly saving everyone’s asses.

Besides the constant badassery, there was one other thing that I really enjoyed in this book. That being Atriya finally hitting the “fuck it” button. I loved how he eventually got to the point where he didn’t care what everyone thought or how things are usually done and just wanted to be a true warrior/hero. He’s going to save lives and damn the consequences. This also makes me excited for the next book to see how much more he changes. So, of course, I have to give this book an 8 out of 10.


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2 thoughts on “Echo Volume 2: The Taste of Ashes Review

  1. Thanks so much for the read and the review! I’ve found good synchronicities happen when I press the “fuck it” button. (Maybe it’s the only way meatheads like me can let go of reality enough to take its course and help us out). The next books delve into psychic stuff and existential philosophy. Hope you enjoy!

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