When an Echo Returns (Echo Branson, #2)
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When an Echo Returns (Echo Branson #2)

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The bayou where Echo Branson finally found a home has been swept away, and the survivors need her help.

Echo and her friends expect to wield shovels, not their powers, to resurrect their one place of safety. But something other than their home has been uprooted by the hurricane. It’s looking for prey, starting with Echo’s friends.

Fighting to survive under the onslaught of...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published March 15th 2011 by Bella Books
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D. Leigh
I loved the first book in this series and loved this one, too. Ms. Silva tells a good story and has developed a very believable world where her characters with special talents dwell. This is a series I'll keep reading because I like it so much. However, if Ms. Silva is reading this review ... more of Tip, please. And, IMHO, I think she's the only woman for Echo. Just sayin'...
Cheryl
This one was a bit of a let down for me after reading the fourth book and then the first book in that order. You know how in a series sometimes one of the books in a series is literally just a vehicle to get from point A to point B? This is one of those books...
Amy
The concept is amazing, the story powerful. I wish that were the only reason I sped through this book, but the unbelievable amount of repetition meant I was skimming large portions of text. Sometimes the exact same information would be given three times in as many pages. It was almost insulting, as if the author expects the reader to have the attention span of a cat. The characters are good enough that I'll keep reading the series, but I'll feel slightly masochistic doing so.
Ulla
I enjoyed the second Echo novel just as much as the first one. I admire the way Linda Kay Silva writes about these paranormal people so they feel absolutely "normal", so much so I'm beginning to search for some paranormal powers in myself! Can't wait for the third one - until August! *sigh*
Ruth
I really enjoyed the first Echo book and am looking forward to reading this one. This was very interesting and I look forward to the next one.
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Linda Kay Silva, a.k.a. Storm, lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her partner and a menagerie of animals. She wakes up happy, laughs all day long, and lives a life that had included African safaris, Thai temples, riding Harleys, and floating down rivers on bamboo rafts. By day, she is a World, American, British, Asian, and Women’s Literature Professor at a military university. By night, she...more
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