Luca Eposito has always been obsessed with monsters, and this has helped make some of the most terrifying games in the world. What's new in the latest version of his ECHO series is that it's an unusual video game; this time the game is alive. He's created a monster which senses a gamer’s greatest fears and uses them to make it the most frightening game in the world. Millions of dollars and five years was what it took to create ECHO-7 and Luca has big expectations for it. It's well on course to help him make a lot of money.
What he doesn't know is that he had created a terrifying mechanical beast, with the power to morph and it also has its own intelligence. Soon, it pretends to obey when ordered to do something or turn off, as to not arouse suspicion. But ECHO-7 is actually waiting for the perfect time to run away and do what it was programmed to do--terrify gamers. But due to a slight misconception in the immature electric mind of ECHO-7, it's off to do something no one thought possible. Can ECHO-7 be stopped from pursuing his deadly quest?
I really enjoyed reading this book. The plot was really good, and the writing style of the author is to be appreciated as it compels one to read on and on. It is a very short book that could be completed in one sitting. This book was professionally edited and has no spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, or typos.
ECHO’s Revenge: The Other Side by Sean Austin is the second book of the ECHO’s Revenge series. In spite of being the second installment of the series, I didn’t feel like I missed out on anything from the first book. As a matter of fact, the book got me wondering what even happens in the first book.
There isn’t anything bad to say about this book. But if you’re one of those people who thinks a review is incomplete without any negativity, then I've got something for you. The second book of this series is divided into five parts, with each part being sold separately on Amazon. The book I am reviewing is part 1. These parts could have been made into one fantastic book. Other than that, the author included some really complicated terms regarding the mechanics and programming of ECHO-7, which were kind of boring to read.
Having said that, I have no other issues with the book. The statements in the previous paragraph didn’t affect the book’s rating as they were something I felt personally and may vary from reader to reader. The well planned plot of this book is unique, and the pace at which it goes is also just perfect. I definitely recommend this short sci-fi thriller to all young fans of this genre. It will keep you hooked until the end.