Echo Effect by Robert D. Armstrong (Book Review #171)

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This review was kindly requested by Robert Armstrong.

Echo Effect is a science fiction futuristic book written about a U.S. Army Ranger Michael Keller and his fiancée, Vala. The world is set 60 years in the future and the technology is well advanced creating these super soldiers called the E.C.H.O.

Michael goes missing and does not return home. Vala pursues to find out where he is and by doing so, she enters this world full of violence, life-threatening situations and risks everything to find the love of his life. The content covers many action thriller scenes filled with suspenseful incidents where you can’t help but feel like wanting the two to succeed.



I found the story to be very exciting. The pace of the story was fast and filled with exciting material wanting you to read more, just to find out what is going to happen next. I especially liked the complexity of how the E.C.H.O’s were built. I believe the plot was unique and the character developments were sufficient enough for any follow-up book, that the author may be considering to write.

I normally do not mention much about the cover of books unless they are absolutely horrific. However, I would like to congratulate the author for picking such an attractive cover design! I really think it is one of the best I have seen for a very long time.

I would recommend this book to science fiction readers and people that enjoy futuristic tales.

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Derek Armstrong - Author of Echo Effect May 20, 2017

 

 

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