Echo Campaign by Taylor Brooke
Publisher: NineStar Press Publication
Publication Date: Aug 13, 2018
Genre: LGBTQIA, Sci fi & Fantasy
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Brooklyn never had the intention of getting caught in those woods. They were trying to get away, but Isolation has caught them.
Now they are going to suffer?
Just when you think it can’t get worse, it does? They caught everyone, even Gabriela. Or is Gabriela working with Isolation? And who is this Kirin people keep whispering about?
“The Echo Campaign,” is a great novel but is not fit for all ages. I would recommend this book to mature audiences 16 years old and up. The cover art is a masterpiece that was designed by Natasha Snow. I can’t wait to read the next book in this acclaimed series.