An Echo of Things to Come by James Islington

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21 thoughts on “An Echo of Things to Come by James Islington

  1. Sounds promising, but that was what I thought several years ago too. I guess I’ll wait to see what you think of the final volume before making my decision. It’s not like I’m in a huge rush or have no other books to read 😉

    I have to admit that the covers were what drew me to these books originally. Whoever the artist is, bravo to them!

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  2. Great review! It sounds like a sequel which can live up to the first book – this isn’t always the case. I’m not too fond of constant name dropping since I have a terrible memory, when it comes to names. I guess the glossary is handy.

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  3. So good but a little bit confusing given all the names right? Anyway this series seems indeed to be right up your alley Lashaan and I can see why! Add to it some romance and it could be my jam too 😉

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  4. Good stuff, Lashaan. This sounds like a series I’d enjoy. I like the book titles, and as with Bookstooge the covers are what first drew me in. They’re so simple in their design, but they really convey some storytelling with the artwork. I very much hope to get to this series.

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  5. Unlike the others, I am not the biggest fan of this cover. It reminds me too much of my history books back in the day.
    I can totally see how the negative things you pointed out would be also problematic for me and how the positives are GREAT. Glad you enjoyed it.

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