#Review – Echoes: Part One of Echoes & Silence | A.M. Hudson

September 14, 2014 Elyse's Reviews 0

I received this book for free from ARC in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

#Review – Echoes: Part One of Echoes & Silence | A.M. HudsonEchoes: Part One of Echoes & Silence by A.M. Hudson
Series: Dark Secrets #5
on September 14, 2014
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 618
Source: ARC
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One death will lead to a new life, another will uncover a secret, and the many will tear out hearts. 

There will be war, there will be peace, and among it all the truth will surface and bury all the secrets forever. 

Continue the epic journey of love’s fight for survival in Part One of Echoes & Silence.

Dark Secrets has been with me for two years now, and with Hudson winding down the series and preparing for the last book I have to say that this is a true swan song for me. Echoes has been clenching my heart since I finished reading it 4 weeks ago and part of me is dreading for the finality that Silence: Part Two of Echoes & Silence will bring when it’s published. But I’ll save the stress of that book, and focus on Echoes for now.

Echoes is the 5th book in the Dark Secrets series and is by far my favorite. Ever since I finished this book I’ve spent numerous hours hunched over my keyboard reliving this book, trying not to cry all over again and just struggling to find the words. It’s also even harder to review a book without managing to spoil things! So I’ll have to keep it simple.

Hudson never ceases to amaze me with her story-telling capabilities. Her characters have always leapt off the pages and felt like old friends to me, our relationship ever changing like they do in reality. I’m usually touting about the transformation that Ara has made in this series, but this time it was David that really sold it for me. I’ve struggled with his character the last few books, because his change hasn’t been for the better. I’ve always said before that the love triangle in this book has been straight down the middle and no qualms for me. If I had to choose it would be Jason Knight every which way from Sunday, but this book has thrown serious doubt into my head. And that I suppose is what a great writer is supposed to do, they make you question things, see the good and the bad of the characters you love or don’t love, and continually throw your mind for a loop!

There aren’t enough good things I can say about this story, or the writing, or the characters. So I’ll just say this.

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