Echo (Soul Seekers Series #2)

Echo (Soul Seekers Series #2)

by Alyson Noël
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I finished this book tears just started rolling down my eyes. I swear if Daire and Dace weren't any more perfect for each other, and just to have all gone in an instant is just to heart-breaking. And if I didn't love my nook enough as it is, I wish I had the actual paperback book with me just so it could be thrown at the wall over and over again. And with that said waiting for the next book is just unbearable!!!!! Especially at the end in the epilouge in Dace's chapter ( That when the tears really started rolling)
BookFanatic132 More than 1 year ago
Oh my God. Oh my God. That was literally the only thing running through my head when I finished the book. If you thought that this book was going to answer all of the questions Fated left, you were wrong. It answers a lot of those questions, but leaves countless others in its wake. Daire is still stubborn and thick-headed, but everything she does is with good intentions. Dace does everything with good intentions too, but most of the times I wanted to beat his head and tell him that he was wrong! In Fated, most of the time it was Daire's head I wanted to beat for all of the choices she made, but in Echo it was obvious she grew and matured. Her choices were better and she had a better grasp on her powers and purpose. On the other hand, Dace seemed to make more mistakes and choose the worst option, and one of his choices specifically left me screaming at him NOT TO DO IT. Did he listen? Of course not, he's a character in a book. But still, I wanted him to see the mistake he was making and not make it. Cade is still a complete and total jerk, but we see more of him here and more of his motives, etc. He's the antagonist and I hate him, especially for what Dace decided to do because of him. There's a lot in this book, just like with Fated, that confuses you until the last second. That's great, because it left me turning the page to figure out what the heck it meant, but it was also frustrating because it kept me turning the page to figure out what the heck it meant. And the ending. OH MY GOD, the ending. What? What?!?! I am impatiently waiting for the third and final book in the series, Mystic, to see what's going to happen. Because, seriously. The ending is going to shock the pants off of you. I recommend this for people who enjoyed Fated (duh) and who love strong-willed heroines and love that you just can't help put your faith in. Oh, and evil and action and magic and a bunch of other stuff that leaves you with your mouth hanging open and shut like a fish.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
A prophecy must be fulfilled, and although open to interpretation, someone must die. Daire is convinced that her generation of Seekers is about to face things far worse than any Seeker before her as the strength and cunning of the Richters and their demon minions grows and evolves. Cade&rsquo;s evil grows, his madness is dark and menacing as he uses the love Daire and Dace share as a weapon against them. Alternating chapter POVs between Daire and Dace, the story becomes more intense, the full horror deepened and gives insight into the plans they each secretly harbor to save the other from the destruction. Will Cade finally win? What lengths will Daire and Dace go to to save the world? Are they strong enough to see the prophecy through to the end? Are their versions the same? <b>Echo</b> by Alyson Noel starts off quickly, but slows down to build more on the story, introducing new characters, new twists and deepening the romance between the two main characters as they learn the potential joys and pains of love. Daire&rsquo;s growth makes her more likable; while Dace continues to be a source of goodness until he decides the only way to beat his evil twin is to become more like him. Will Alyson Noel let her characters meet their demise or will they put their own spin on the prophecy? With her signature style, the twists become too many to unravel until that final moment, that final battle and then&hellip;the snow that rarely falls in new Mexico begins, is it a sign? <b>Echo</b> is a welcome addition to the Soul Seeker Series. I received this review copy as part of the Horizon/Soul Seeker Review Tour and Giveaway stopping at Tome Tender November 8, 2013 in exchange for my honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the book series so far. Great job on the detailing of the emotions that both Daire and Dace go through when they are near eachother. There was one part I just didn't like. One being that at times I felt like you were trying to finish the veiw of one character in a hurry to get to the veiw of the other. Other than that, I loved the book!
BookWorldBabe More than 1 year ago
I have always loved the way that Alyson Noel writes, but her talent truly shines in this addition to the Soul Seekers series. The writing is wonderful, and the magical story line continues. My only slight problem was that I wasn't the biggest fan of how each chapter began switching perspectives from Daire to Dace, but other than that, it was wonderful!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great second book of the new series...can't wait for #3.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow! Great book! Great series! Wow, the ending was crazy, have to start the next book now! Loved it!
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Awesome... Never going to give up on Daire and Dace
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Please write more series like this alyson noel! It's the best series I've read along with the immortals! These books are great if I could I'd give it a 10!
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