Thursday, July 19, 2012

Book Review: The Last Echo: The Body Finder, #3

                                    Today's review is on The Last Echo: The Body Finder, #3 by Kimberly Derting

I certainly hope that The Last Echo is not the last book in this amazing series.  I have been hooked from the very first and don't plan on letting go any time soon.  Just as the other two books in the series, The Last Echo had me glued to the very edge of my seat the entire time.  And just when I thought I knew what the twist was, I was thrown for a major loop.  

Each of Derting's books in this series flow effortlessly.  Each one having both suspense and romance up to the very end.  Wondrous with it's paranormal flavor, but believable in it's circumstances, this series always leaves me wanting more.

After keeping her strange "ability" a secret from everyone except her family and Jay, Violet is asked to join a special task force of sorts.  This group of people with special psychic abilities is led by ex-FBI agent Sarah Priest, and together they try to solve murders.

Violet finally begins to feel acceptance for what she can do when she is with the group, and feels a sense of belonging.  And perhaps a sense of something else from one of the members. 

There is just something about Rafe that Violet cannot put her finger on, and when they's shocking.  But she belongs with Jay.  Doesn't she.  Besides, there are other things to worry about.  There is a murderer out there.

Someone is kidnapping women, and when they are found there are eerie similarities among them, and not just the way they look.  They are very clean, with their hair done, make-up on, and the same purplish nail polish on their nails.  The press has dubbed the murderer, The Collector as he seems to be collecting these girls.

It will take all of Violets strength to get through the dangers she faces in The Last Echo.  Not only is she stalked by one killer, but she may be stalked by another.  The only question is, will she escape with not only her life, but with her sanity intact.

Awesome, Fantastic, Great.  Whatever you choose to call it, The Last Echo is a Five Star hit.

5 of 5 stars
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