Sponsored post: I received a digital copy of this book for free. Thanks to author Skye Genaro.
Blurb (from Goodreads):
"Frighteningly good! YA paranormal at its very, VERY best."-A ‘Wishing Shelf’ Book Review
The saga that began with Echo Across Time and Echo Into Darkness continues in another breathless tale that will leave readers begging for more.
Dreams Do Come True...
More than anything, Echo wants to spend every day with Connor. She wants to hold his hand while they walk the school hallways and have a quiet life, safe from the threats they've faced in the past. This amazing life with her soulmate will begin as soon as the Council grants her asylum
in West Region.
An anonymous video threatens to end this dream...
In a secret cavern in Portland, Keenan is rebuilding his broken organization, the Mutila. But his gifted agents are following Echo's lead and fleeing in a mass exodus.
Now, Keenan has declared revenge.
To make matters worse, Jaxon's obsession with Echo takes on a wicked twist, and hundreds of paranormal kids in her community are threatened by Damona, a newcomer wielding strange and frightening power. In the midst of it all, Echo is forced to question her own destiny.
Can Echo and Connor's dream survive?
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was a YA paranormal/time-travel book which picked up where book 2 left off.
Echo was an okay character in this, and she seemed to really care about her best friend and boyfriend. I was surprised that she wanted to move to West Region and leave her entire life behind though.
The storyline in this was about the Mutila, and about Echo seeking asylum in West Region with Connor. We also had Jaxon causing problems again, and a new threat in the form of a woman called Damona. The pace in this was a little slow for me though, and the book dragged a bit for me.
The ending to this was okay, but it wasn’t a happy ending really.
6 out of 10