Tuesday, September 4, 2012

4 Star Review by Anastacia Hawkins

Every time something comes to life, gas is released into the air. Two forms of life come into existence together, a Sound and an Echo. The Echo is made of gas. This gas is alive. It is a living being. And it looks like a reflection.

"The Sound and the Echoes" is a high fantasy novel that takes its reader to another realm, the Echo Realm, the place where all reflections live. It is a place of see-through beings, snowy cloud-like blankets that exude warmth, flavored floating bubbles, crystal ball technology, and the Orphanage of Castaway Children.

Will Cleary’s twin sister is one of those castaway children, having been stolen from the Sound Realm ten years earlier. Will discovers a way to enter the Echo Realm, and a mission far greater than just bringing his sister home.

Dew Pellucid’s "The Sound and the Echoes" starts out strong. Mr. Pellucid’s writing is beautifully descriptive as he takes us immediately into Will’s humble and sad world where his parents have lost themselves in the pursuit of finding their lost child, adversely affecting the child left behind. Once we find ourselves in the Echo Realm, Will’s story becomes a non-stop chase through a surreal, cold, and distant land... Read more on Readers Favorite.

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