books about: echoes
Harper Collins, Inc., 2010
Elizabeth Lowell's newest book was excellent. It's set with the St. Kilda's organization so you see several characters from other storylines again. I thought the new characters were very good along with the twists and suspense holding on right up to the very end.
An Echo in the Bone: A Novel
Delacorte Press, 2009
My opinion concerning An Echo In The Bone
I have been reading the book breathlessly !! I wish it had come out earlier.
The Black Echo
Little, Brown and Company, 2002
The Signature of Michael Connelly Would Be Harry Bosch
The rule is to start with the good stuff, and I thought I had. Because I've read a few books by Michael Connelly, and none of them were bad. But I'd only read "The Lincoln Lawyer," "The Poet," and "The Scarecrow." I'd had yet to read one book that features signature Michael Connelly, Harry Bosch. So, when a holiday and my birthday rolled around, I knew that was my chance. While taking a big ...
Mark of the Lion : A Voice in the Wind, An Echo in the Darkness, As Sure As the Dawn (Vol 1-3)
Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
What a wonderful series!!! I couldn't put the books down. As soon as I finished a book I went straight to the other one. I would suggest it to anyone. They are probably my favorite books.
The Harry Bosch Novels: The Black Echo, The Black Ice, The Concrete Blonde
Little, Brown and Company, 2001
The begining of a legend
An amazing trio of novels that introduce an even more amazing author and series. Anyone who loves crime novels or cop dramas will not stop at just these 3, but will read the over 10 other novels in the Bosch series.
The Madonnas of Echo Park: A Novel
Free Press, 2010
Justify My Love for this novel
I picked up this new novel a few days ago not really knowing what to expect. It's a real winner. Jump on the bandwagon now so you can say you discovered this new writer before he hits it big time. At the center of the interlocking stories in this book is a tragic drive-by shooting that happens in Echo Park in LA at a street corner where Chicana and Mexican women and girls are gathered dancing ...
Little, Brown and Company, 2006
Another good Bosch novel with unexpected twists. All Bosch books good, this is one of the best I think.
Echo in the Darkness, An (Mark of the Lion Series #2)
Tyndale House Publishers, 2004
My favorite book
Out of all of Francine Rivers books this one is my very favorite! It is fantastic!!! It keeps you intrigued till the last page. Read it just days. I highly recommend it.
Warriors: Omen of the Stars #2: Fading Echoes
An Amazing Rebound
"Omen of The Stars, Fading Echoes" is a new era in the Warriors series. Finally Firestar is no longer the mindless drone he became in The New Prophecy, and I now begin to feel that Jayfeather is not as shallow as I originally suspected. Lionblaze begins to have feelings for a cat in his clan. Dovepaw struggles with problems of her own, including the feeling that her powers will end her ...
Echo Burning (Jack Reacher, No. 5)
Jack Reacher, Modern Day Lone Ranger
In our hearts, if we're guys, we want to be Jack Reacher. Heck, I bet even a lotta gals wouldn't mind being him. Here's a guy from nowhere, going everywhere, or is he from everywhere going nowhere. Whatever, he always seems to wind up somewhere where there is a damsel in distress, wrongs to right and plenty bad guys between him and truth, justice and the American way. Reacher, travels with only a ...
HarperCollins e-books, 2008
Touches the soul
This book is from the soul, and we all need soul food every now and again. I picked it up in Ireland while chilling out from a broken marriage and it spoke to me like no other book has ever done. With prose like exquisite poetry, John O' Donohue touches the soul with a true taste of spirituality. Very inspirational, it's wonderful to read a work of art that is so "biblical" in it's ability to ...
Down the Rabbit Hole (An Echo Falls Mystery)
Great characters, enjoyable escape reading
I love this whole series. I think it (the series) makes for a great "escape reading". Get away from it all and sink into the adventures of this young girl in Echo Falls. I would recommend it to both kids and adults.
Distant Echoes (Aloha Reef Series #1)
Thomas Nelson, 2005
I happened upon this book inside an airport bookstore. Unwilling to pay nine dollars for it, I waited and purchased it from amazon for about half the price. Boy am I lucky I did! This was the first book I'd read from Colleen Coble, and I am quite anxious to look into more of her books, including the continuation of this series. I am sorry to say, Ms. Coble, but I blame you for being ...
The Echo Manual
Jae K Oh
James B Seward
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Great Echo Text
I have recently completed fellowship and have recently taken the cardiology boards. Over the last year I have used/borrowed the textbooks by Weyman, Feigenbaum, Otto, and have owned the most recent baby Otto. The Echo Manual is the best single source for a new cardiology fellow and for anyone studying for the Echo boards. The clarity, depth, and breadth in such are small package are not ...
I thought the book Echoes was a great story. The book had a lot of history to it which I thought was good. The characters were very strong in what they went through in the story. I have read many of Danielle Steel books this was one of her best books. I would highly recommend this book. It is great reading
An Early One...But Still One Of Her Finest!
Yes, this is a "re-issue" of one of her earlier novels but, that doesn't change the fact that this is still one of Maeve's better books. It starts off with unanswered questions that keep you pulled into the plot line and characters all the way though the book while enchanting you with the town in Ireland that you'll want to visit by the end of the book! I picked the book up one night at 8pm ...
Echoes of Honor (Honor Harrington Series, Book 8)
Space Opera equivalent of C.S. Forester's "Flying Colours"
This is number eight in David Weber's main series of novels about Honor Harrington. It is also the only one describing events in Honor Harrington's career which so closely correspond to one of the "Horatio Hornblower" novels by C.S. Forester that an exact match can be given; this book is equivalent to "Flying Colours." If you have not read any of David Weber's other books about Honor ...
The Echo Maker: A Novel
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007
Best novel I have read in the last five years
This is a stunning novel: beautifully written, brilliant, and a page-turner. At the center of this novel is Mark, a character who suffers a traumatic brain injury that leaves him with Capgras syndrome, a disease that makes him think his real sister is an imposter, even though he recognizes that she looks like his sister. As the novel unfolds, Capgras syndrome becomes a metaphor for humanity, ...
Echoes from the Dead
Johan Theorin's ECHOES FROM THE DEAD is Swedish noir that builds its story on events from 1936 to the 1940's to 1972 to 1992, periods connected by suspected murders and the memories of the residents of a remote area of Sweden, the island of Oland. On a very foggy morning in September 1972, 6 year-old Jens Davidsson walks out of his home and disappears without a trace. Twenty years later, his ...
Listen to the Echoes: The Ray Bradbury Interviews
Stop Smiling Books
Joyful Book, Joyful Bradbury
Listen to the Echoes is a joyful book. In Sam Weller's candid interviews, Ray Bradbury celebrates the gift that is life itself: not always easy but endlessly interesting. Unlike pop psych philosophers or preachers of bumper sticker religious platitudes, Bradbury gives us specifics about what makes waking up each morning the start of another adventure. Sam Weller obviously admires Bradbury, ...
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