Echoes-ARC Review

EchoesThey wake on a deserted island. Fiona and Miles, high school enemies now stranded together. No memory of how they got there. No plan to follow, no hope to hold on to.

Each step forward reveals the mystery behind the forces that brought them here. And soon, the most chilling discovery: something else is on the island with them.

Something that won’t let them leave alive.



Echoes by Alice Reeds


Author: Alice Reeds

Pages: 400

Publishing Date: August 7th,2018

Publisher: Entangled: Teen


Thanks to NetGalley for providing me with a digital arc in exchange for an honest Review!  

I don’t know what I just read, it was so full of mystery. I couldn’t put it down and finished in one day. The description doesn’t reveal much so I only have the slightest idea of the story.

Two students who are going on an internship in Germany, but the plane crashed and found themselves on an island, alone and can’t remember anything.

Fiona, who is a lightweight kickboxer is a tough girl, who doesn’t have any friends in school due to her average family background.

Miles, rich and popular, and smartest in class.

They are different and apparently don’t like each other.

The story took place from Fiona’s POV, I took time to realize what is happening because the story is set in two places at same time.

I really liked Fiona and Miles, they are cute together. The last few chapters reveal many things many characters. I am still trying to figure out many things the ending was so full of mysteries and shocking and a cliffhanger, so I am expecting a sequel here?

I did enjoy the story, characters and pace of the book, but I am not sure If I want to read a sequel.

I couldn’t find out the name, Miles last name is Echo, So Echoes, but it doesn’t make sense for me.

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23 Comments Add yours

  1. Great review! Sounds like an awesome book!

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    1. Thank you, After a long time I’ve read a good e-ARC 🙂

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  2. bookwormscornerblogspot says:

    Great review. I love the cover but not sure whether I would read the book. Maybe if the whole series were released and cliffhangers were not a problem. 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Many of series are on pending because I don’t want to suffer cliff hangers.


  3. Say no to cliffhangers! I would have been so mad, especially after whipping through it so quickly. Hope you don’t have to wait to long to find out the rest of the story.

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    1. I don’t know If I’ll even read the 2nd book, It was an eARC I don’t know when the next one will come.

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  4. ashleighjaynex says:

    Great review , definatly going to check it out I love/hate cliffhangers.

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  5. robynreo says:

    I have actually seen a few reviews for this book and they were all pretty positive. I also do like stories where the main characters find themselves stranded in a dangerous place, but I hate the cliffhanger aspect because I have no patience when it comes to waiting for the next in a series. I am still going to add this book to my TBR though. Great review!

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    1. Cliffhangers are so torturous, Thank you 🙂


  6. Empress DJ says:

    Ack – I despise cliffhangers, thanx for the warning.

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    1. It was so unexpected…


  7. aurorabsbookblog says:

    Great review! Ya cliffhangers suck!

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    1. Thank you 🙂
      They really do 😐


  8. theinkybookworm says:

    Ugh. Cliffhangers! My absolute archenemy! I’ve never heard of this book though. Despite the cliffhanger, I’m interested.

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    1. It is an ARC maybe that’s why you haven’t heard about it…


  9. I like this review and love the book cover. I actually go out of my way to not find out much before I read new books or watch new films – I love the surprise!

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  10. I’m not a big lover of dual POV’s but if you have two main characters I would of expected a dual narrative or told from the third person. Great review.

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    1. Recently I started to realize that 3rd Person POV got sooo much details which often made me bore, When two characters are so different and from different background, Dual POV works to understand both.
      Happy Reading 🙂


  11. Ohh great review, this one looks and sounds really, really good I must check it out when it comes out. Plus this is the first time I heard about this book as well, thank you so much for sharing your awesome post and for putting this book on my radar.

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    1. Thank you so much :), If you are on Netgalley check it there, maybe you’ll get it 🙂


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