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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Book Review: ECHO Campaign By Taylor Brooke

ECHO Campaign
(Isolation #2)

By Taylor Brooke


Published By: Limitless Publishing
Publication Date: November 1st 2016
Designed By:  Deranged Doctor Design
Genres: Post-Apocalyptic, Science Fiction, Young Adult

Brooklyn Harper’s worst nightmare has become her reality. She has been captured by Isolation…

Trapped in a white-walled labyrinth by Juneau Malloy, Brooklyn is faced with the horrors of Isolation’s finest training yet. The skills she learned as an Omen Operative in Camp Number Eleven are put to the test in the form of brutal assessments of her strength, skills, and fortitude. Confused and disheartened, Brooklyn and the group of renegade Omens prepare for whatever trials Isolation has in store for them.

Juneau has caged her once again, but Brooklyn is far from broken…

When Brooklyn finds out her best friend Gabriel is alive, she goes on a violent rampage in search of her, but instead earns herself a stint in solitary confinement. Juneau attempts to tame Brooklyn through grueling exercises before offering her one radical choice. Brooklyn must hand over her freedom in order to spare her friends. She’ll become a showpiece Juneau will auction off to the highest bidder for her skills in assassination, defense, and combat.

There must be a way out, and the renegade Omens have to find it…

Brooklyn has no intention of becoming Juneau’s latest achievement. During a mind-warping training simulation, Brooklyn uncovers Isolation’s greatest secret and their darkest mistake. Juneau Malloy has created something far more sinister than the Omens, and it’s ready to eat the world alive.

As the battle with Isolation intensifies, Brooklyn is faced with her most dangerous choice yet…

Save her friends—or save humanity.
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(Linked to my review)


My Review:

* An eARC was provided by the author in exchange of an honest review.

This was a very enjoyable read and the next book seems like it'll pack a punch. That's probably my expectations speaking, but with the way it ended I can't help but speculate. I'll only know if that's a good thing or bad thing when I get my hands on the next book in this series.

I adore Brooklyn as a character. She's the right amount of protective mother hen and badass. It seemed she was much more emotional this time around and I can't say I disliked it. It made her more human when compared to the rest of the gang.

All the side characters were very involved in this novel and I applaud the author for that. Though I did find myself getting lost in character names and physical appearances a few times. I will confess that I don't necessarily like jumping around in different character point of views, but I can admit that it did work for this story. Without all the jumping around half the story would be a mystery and there would be no point to it all.

The plot twists that happened in this novel were very strategically planned out and I loved every second of it. One of the twists that threw me for a loop was the one involving Porter. I still don't know what to think and I can't help but feel that I'm missing something. 

My Favorite Quotes:

"Danger's been my middle name for the last two years."

"Time is a social construct. We don't get to decide what happens, but sometimes we get to decide when."

"Better is a strong word, but I'm getting there."

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