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The Echoed Life of Jorja Graham

(Jorja Graham #2)

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  30 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Book #2 in the Jorja Graham duology.

Two books, two lives, one destiny.

"Follow my echo and I will lead you to the still point at the center of it all." ~ Jorja
Paperback, 278 pages
Published April 9th 2015 by Amber Leaf Publishing
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Perry ★TBBSisterhood Blog★
4.5 stars

Full Disclosure: I was a beta reader for this book and I'm very proud to have been one of its early readers!

The Echoed Life of Jorja Graham is the second book in the Jorja Graham duology, an urban fantasy story with strong romantic elements and a lot of mysticism to it. I'm a bit hesitant to say too much about the actual plot of this book, as it will definitely spoil the first book if you haven't read it. This is one of those cases where you absolutely need to read the first book or
Jun 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Such a detailed, in-depth world. I loved the journey and final conclusion to Jorja's story. The mythology and magic weaved throughout this book is intoxicating! Brynn's writing in flawless! 5 well deserved stars!
Charity Costa
Jun 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
First, it must be said that if you do not read the first book before reading this one you will be missing a huge part of the world and the story.

I had the privilege of having this amazing story in my hands and I was beyond excited to see what happens after a HUGE twist in book 1! Echo picks up right where book 1 leaves off and we get to see the conclusion of Jorga's life altering path.

I felt like Brynn Myers did an amazing job in letting us feel like we were walking right by Jorga and her frien
Melanie Marsh
Jul 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Brynn Myers has written a story in which the reader truly and sincerely wants everything to work out for the best. While I was reading The Echoed Life of Jorja Graham, I found myself internally threatening Ms. Myers if things didn’t work out for Jorja and Corbin.

At the end of the first book, The Life and Death of Jorja Graham, I was crushed. I could not believe this author would do me like that! It was one of those books that I thought about for WEEKS (months) after I finished it. I’m not sure
Jun 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I had the pleasure of reading this book early and I have to tell you that it was awesome.
In this the 2.0 lol half of Jorja's life there is a lot more magic and mystery as to what and who Jorja will become when she makes her way back to a life she thought she lost.
I love the way Jorja was able to come back slowly to be with her best friend and the man/demon she loves. But the fight is not over for them .They still have to go through HELL to get a happy ending .
I want to say more but I am afrai
Jun 21, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: angels-demons
This was a good wrap up to the story...but I didn't love it like the first.

The Good
1. Lucas & Cat
2. Who Jorja turned out to be
3. HEA for everyone at the end

The OK
1. The glossed over fight in the Underworld
2. Lucas backstory and closure
3. Jorja's aunts are no where in the second book

The Disappointment
1. Jorja's backstory and the fact that Eudora was not suffering.
2. There was no badassery from Corbin. I wanted him to go all psycho demon...on someone. But we got nothing but poetic love from hi
Brandi Money
Jun 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Perfect!! I loved this series so hard! This was the perfect conclusion to one of my favorite paranormals. If you loved book one, The Life and Death of Jorja Graham, you'll love this one even more! The author not only surpassed my expectations, she broadened the playing field and deepened my love for these unforgettable characters. Just when you think it can't get any better it does! I love that about this story. It's unpredictable and complex, yet cozy and it feels like home... in a magical kind ...more
Jun 03, 2014 rated it really liked it
First, you must read these in order. It won't make any sense without The Life and Death of Jorja Graham.

This book was very action packed, which I liked, but it is very different from the first book. I love all the characters and it was fun seeing them grow. We also got much more backstory in this book. It is a very well written sequel that does what you want in a sequel. It ties up all the loose ends nicely. I really enjoyed it.
Jul 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The Jorja Graham Duology — BOOK REVIEW. I thoroughly enjoyed both of the books in the Jorja Graham series. This paranormal romance duology features a strong central female character, Jorja Graham, and an equally strong protagonistic love interest in Corbin, a rich and mysterious character who enters Jorja’s life at a tumultuous time. Corbin turns out to be a demon; yeah, you read that right. But, he’s not evil, let me set your mind at ease about that. He falls for Jorja (and she for him) in a bi ...more
Melissa Burcham
Jul 25, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-2015
I was given an ARC book for an honest review free of persuasion from the author or anyone else affiliated with this book.


Wow. This book was wonderful! It held my attention just as much as the first book did. I absolutely enjoyed this book. I was unable to put it down. I love books that capture you from the first page to the last and this book did just that.

Jorja is patiently waiting to be reinserted into life. She died, but was told by Astra that she would get another chan
“Out of the frying pan and into the fire.”

THE ECHOED LIFE OF JORJA GRAHAM by Brynn Myers is the stunning conclusion to the Jorja Graham duo logy. This installment is teeming with action, romantic angst, demonic sabotage and thrilling suspense. As with the first book, I never looked at the time as I absolutely inhaled each page. Sleep was, again, a no-go until I'd read the final written word.

This duo logy must be read in order. I can't imagine reading the second book without reading the first. L
Sage Knightly
May 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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*I received a free ebook copy of this from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.
Rating: 4.5/5

The Echoed Life of Jorja Graham is the sequel to The Life & Death of Jorja Graham and it did not disappoint. It differs greatly to the first in the duology, as the characters go through more changes, action, and growth, but that doesn't mean it's any less great. I, for one, enjoyed the action and little battles that played out, as well as the great changes Jorja and Cat went through.
Jun 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This was a good second book. You got to see more of the histories of the main characters, which gave you insight as to why they acted as they did in Book One. Cat, Lucas, Corbin, and Jorja all grow exponentially in this book, and there's even another romance that blooms. This book was also action packed. Every time I thought everything was fine, something else happened.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. I am reviewing this for Kylie's Fiction Addiction.
Tamye Whitener
Jul 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Superbly written and full of surprises.

If you have read the first book, then I highly recommend the second. If you haven't, read the "The Life & Death of Jorja Graham" first. As this is not a stand alone book. It picks up shortly after book one ends. But unlike the first book, it moves a lot faster, with lots of twist, turns, and surprises to keep you on your toes, and turning the pages. I loved this book, and the main characters in the book. A big high-five to Cat in her complete confidence
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Brynn Myers is a paranormal romance author. After considering writing a hobby for years, she finally turned her passion and talent into a career. She came into the paranormal genre later than most but has always loved fairy-tales and all things magical. Using that love, she creates charmed worlds by writing stories involving passionate, strong willed characters with something to discover.

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“Cat knew she'd arrived in Gaia's realm once she saw the Tree of Life, the foundation for all that was above and below.... The Tree of Life, no matter what religion one embraced, was a symbol of consanguinity. It was the universal representation of all that exists. Its network of connections matched that of a forest of aspen trees. Everything was interconnected and all of the roots led back to one source - the creators of all life.” 3 likes
“The underworld was made up of many different regions. Each area was its own private sector and not everyone who resided here was malevolent. Some beings here were virtuous, while others had yet to decide what they were - their fates having yet to be decided. Not all dark creatures were evil, just as not all light creatures were moral. Corbin and Quentin were the epitome of that dichotomy.” 3 likes
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