About the Book
Rylee has an unusual gift. It brings good luck to those who are kind to her and misfortune to those who are not–at least, that’s what the crazy woman in the woods tells her. But Rylee doesn’t believe it until strange coincidences start happening to her classmates and friends. Her gift may not be a matter of luck but of life and death.
About the Author
Jessica Blackburn studied at Brigham Young University—Idaho and graduated from her local community college with an Associates of Arts Degree. She currently lives in the beautiful Columbia Gorge as a stay-at-home mom. When she’s not writing stories, she spends her spare time teaching Sunday School and blogging her lessons and personal thoughts at cozybugz.blogspot.com.
Jessica Blackburn has written an exciting, fun, and thrilling story in her debut novel, The Echoing. It is about a young women, Rylee, and after an incident in the woods with an old woman, weird things start to happen. Depending on how people treat her good or bad things happen to them. In her novel, Jessica does an excellent job of capturing the attention of her readers from page one as she digs into their raw emotions and they become attached and involved in the development of the characters and the story. Teens especially will pick up this novel and not want to put it down until the very end.
Genre: contemporary, young adult, fantasy, paranormal
Publisher: Bonneville, a division of Cedar Fort Publishing
Publication date: August 1, 2016
Number of pages: 224
Category: Junior High+
Content Rating: PG, briefly mentioned LDS content, light paranormal activity
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Cedar Fort.
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