Echo McCool – the Next Rising YA Novel – S Keller Review

It’s about time something comes out that rivals some of the top YA novels on the market. Echo McCool is a magical, epic coming of age journey. I was gripped from beginning to end and fully immersed in the world. The book is very well written and swept me away into an adventure I only wish I could be a part of.

Echo sets apart from most characters by having a perfect blend of magical qualities with a very tough, fighter persona. I’ve never come across any character quite like her in a single fantasy I’ve ever read. Very well played.

Echo McCool will take you on a wild ride of emotions and leave you craving more (There will be more….right? I hope so!!!!)

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