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Carla Shale Shale itibaren La Conformidad, San Diego, Cesar, Kolombiya

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What has taken me so long to start reading this?

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I'm not typically a fan of short stories. It seems that things are inevitably rushed, or important details are left out, and I'm often left wondering why I bothered. This is not the case with The Forgotten Echo. The lack of details actually works for the story, because we get to feel just as confused as Cassy. Everything happens so quickly for her from the moment she is shot in a drive-by shooting, and the sense of bewilderment and slightly hallucinogenic experience in the parking lot, along with the first person point of view really helps the reader to become completely submerged in Cassy's experiences. What worked for me: * First person POV's in Jen's stories always help put me right into the action, and I find myself forgetting that I'm reading until real life begins to intrude. * As scarce as the details were, I still loved the world building. I loved the concept of the Real World and the Otherworld, and the Inbetween was even more intriguing. * I liked Echo and her friendship with Cassy, and how their relationship changed as Cassy started to keep secrets, and became wary of the secrets that Echo was obviously keeping from her. * I've secretly (or not so secretly) got the hots for Devon *waggles eyebrows* What didn't work for me: * There were a few very minor grammar mistakes that drew my eye, though these weren't big enough to really detract from the entertainment. As with every other book/story that is the beginning of a series, I'm grumpy that there aren't more books out yet for me to read lol That said, I do feel that it ended at a good stopping point rather than a big cliff hanger, and I will definitely be buying new stories in the series when they are released. 4.5/5 *Edited To Add* There is a free prequel to this story on Sean Hayden's blog if you want to read it.

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I was super excited when I saw that I won this on first reads. I’ve been a fan of Tyrese since I saw him in the movie Baby Boy. So I was very happy to get his book and read about what his life has been like. It is a book written to inspire the reader to look at their own life and see if they are able to do something to make their own lives better. It is written as a series of questions that you have to ask yourself, which tyrese answers for himself based on his own life experiences. Seeing how each chapter is based of a question it makes the book seem a little repetitive, now I’ve never read a motivational book before so I’m not sure if this is how they all are but I felt like this one was saying the same stuff. Also I couldn’t really find myself relating to what he’s talking about it seems like the book is geared towards women that need to be lifted up or motivated. However it did have some parts that inspired me in some way so I am glad to have read it.