Monday, April 30, 2012

Echo's Revenge, The Ultimate Game by Sean Austin

Brothers Jeremy (age 10) and Reggie (age 14) are expert gamers. After a run-in with their mother's explosive boyfriend, they run away from home only to discover that Echo-7, a new and indestructible game predator, has developed the ability to reverse the rules of its own video game and hunt them down- in the real world. Sean Austin's investigation and search for Echo-7 continues, at

Echo's Revenge is a quick, action-packed read that teens and adults can both enjoy.   To see a predator from a game come to life in your own world would be horrific, especially knowing that it's hunting you and your online friends down.  Austin's characters are modern and quick-witted, and the bond of brothers and friends truly shines through.  Reggie and Jeremy want to not only free their friends that have been kidnapped but also put the predator to rest, or back in it's own world. 

I'm looking forward to volume two.  As a previous gamer, I found extreme enjoyment in Echo's Revenge, but non-gamers will find adventure, a strong plot and clever writing.  Thumbs up!!

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*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wendy

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