Thank you, Aparna, for continuing with the Echo series and leaving this amazing review for Echo 2! I’m honored I was able to entertain!!

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Wow. I found this book absolutely mind blowing. What a fascinating Page Turner and an absolute thriller! I congratulate Author Kent Wayne for coming up with such an excellent sci-fi thriller. In fact, I was so deeply engrossed in reading it that my husband had to actually drag me out of the comfort of my chair so that I finish my cooking.

Atriya, the protagonist, is a member of the Crusader, a part of The Enforcement team on the planet Echo, which is similar to the Earth. The story is set 1200 years from now on Echo.

Atriya and his teammate Clement are a part of The Battalion consisting of The Enforcers and The Retrieval Specialists (who want Atriya Dead after their mission is accomplished) to launch an attack on the Dissidents residing in The Wastes Area and destroy their…

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Echo – A series by Kent Wayne

Great review from the blog Writing with Cancer! Thanks so much for the kudos and input—I’m glad the books entertained! 🙂

Writing with Cancer

Kent Wayne or as we know him in the blogging world as Dirty Sci-fi Buddha has a great series of books that I just finished. Normally I don’t do reviews because I’m pretty sucky at them. I felt compelled to review all four volumes on Amazon. I thought it would be pretty neat to put them all here at once.

Echo Volume 1 – Approaching Shatter – 4/5 stars

I had to deduct one star due to the length being quite short for a novel. The author added the first 3 chapters of the next book to pad it out, but as I had already planned on reading it, I skipped the preview.

This volume introduces us to the world of Echo. It also sets stage for the main character. There is just enough action to keep it interesting. You might be tempted to skip this volume but don’t! It’s…

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Thank you for the review! I’m glad it was entertaining!

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I must congratulate the author for coming up with a wonderful book. Wow! Awesome! Just imagine living in a planet similar to our Earth and visualize the next century. I loved the way Mr. Wayne created his realistic characters and the situations prevailing in the future. The description of late 21st century in the planet Echo sparked my imaginative mental vision.

The story is set around 1200 years ahead from now on a planet similar to the earth called Echo. Our protagonist, Atriya, undergoes rigorous physical exercise by carrying a heavy ruck loaded with sand on a hilly terrain. He is a part of The Crusader group, also known as The Crew, a division of the Department of Enforcement. The Military and Police combined together form the Department of Enforcement. The planet is under an autocratic rule where the Government and corporations…

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Taking A Break

People have been asking where I’ve been. I’m just taking a break so I can focus on editing a novel I finished in January. Been procrastinating on the editing so now it’s time to put on the big boy pants and get to work. Thanks for the concern!

Book Review of “Kor’Thank, Barbarian Valley Girl”

kor-thank Cover art for “Kor’Thank, Barbarian Valley Girl” by Kent Wayne

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I’ve been reading Kent Wayne’s Kor’Thank, Barbarian Valley Girl for a while now, and even though it’s gotten terrific reviews on Amazon and Goodreads, I had a hard time getting into it.

It’s not because the book is uninteresting or that it lacks action. It’s packed with action and suspense. I can only assume that it’s me.

Okay, here’s the deal (spoilers ahead). A fictional high school in the San Francisco Bay area is located next to a super-secret government research lab that has captured creatures from other worlds and has an inter-dimensional gateway.

A narcissistic, self-absorbed (didn’t I just say that) Asian super nerd named Peter who is always being bullied by the school jocks and cheerleaders, has a serious love/hate relationship with Holly…

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Review of The Last Edge of Darkness, echo 4, by Kent Wayne — Dragons Rule OK. V.M.Sang (author)

Overview. This is the last of the Echo books and it is a mind-bending experience reading it. It takes Atriya to the final showdown, but along the way he must face up to who he is and what life is all about. Blurb The final volume in the Echo series chronicles Crusader Atriya’s time in […]

Review of The Last Edge of Darkness, echo 4, by Kent Wayne — Dragons Rule OK. V.M.Sang (author)

Echo Volumes 1-4

Janelle leaves an AWESOME review of the Echo series on her blog!

The Book and Pen

Okay, it’s been a long time, I’ll admit it, school’s definitely been a slap in the face when it comes to wanting my own free-time(how many of us haven’t left our seats for more than 5 hours?)
*I should start now-*

Summary(I pulled this from Amazon, it’s from book 1, but I found that it really encased a lot of books 2-4 as well):In the late 21st century, humanity left Earth due to multiple resource shortcomings aggravated by an acceleration in climate change. They settled Echo, a planet that was nearly a carbon copy of Earth except for being devoid of all but the most basic life forms. Fast forward 1200 years later. Echo has endured over a thousand years of dark age. Corporations and government merged early on, becoming the oppressive authority known as the Regime. Military and police merged into the Department of Enforcement, their only…

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