Echo in Time

Echo Trilogy, Book 1
Narrated by: Dana Dae
Series: Echo Trilogy, Book 1
Length: 14 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
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Discover what's hidden - a powerful, mythic race; an ancient Egyptian prophecy; and a love strong enough to shatter the boundaries of time.

Alexandra Larson isn't quite human, but she doesn't know that. Lex simply considers herself an ambitious archaeology grad student with a knack for deciphering ancient languages. When she's recruited to work on her dream excavation, Lex's translating skills uncover the location of the secret entrance to an undiscovered underground temple in Egypt. She is beyond thrilled with what she's found...as is the enigmatic and alluring excavation director, Marcus Bahur.

As the relationship between Lex and Marcus heats up, a series of shocking revelations leaves the young archaeologist reeling. Together, the couple is all that is standing between an ancient, evil god and the power to alter the very fabric of time. Events set in motion by a dying god over four millennia ago pull Lex and Marcus away from Seattle and into the heart of Egypt, where they learn that the fate of the world rests in the hands of a single person: Lex.

The first book in the Echo Trilogy, previously published as Echo Prophecy

Echo Trilogy

  • Echo in Time
  • Resonance (an Echo Trilogy novella)
  • Time Anomaly
  • Dissonance (an Echo Trilogy novella)
  • Ricochet Through Time 

Kat Duboi Chronicles

  • Echo World
  • Ink Witch
  • Outcast
  • Underground
©2013 Rubus Press (P)2018 Rubus Press

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Ms. Fairleigh is incredible.

I normally hate time travel based books, but she handles it so masterfully that I just love these books. and I LOVE that Lex is no one's pushover!
read these, then try the Kat Dubois Chronicles. Just incredible. thank you, Lindsey

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Enjoyable but Confusing Ending

I really liked this book. The idea was novel. However, I found the very end difficult to follow. Too much happened too fast. It was almost as though the author were racing to finish the book. I kept rewinding to try and make sense of the conclusion, but I never could. It just became too tiring to figure it out. However, I will certainly buy the second book when it becomes available in audio.

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Did not like it

Loved the plot. hated the narrator and the way she tried to do accents. Her italian did not sound italian at all.
Why author do you think all grandmothers "Shuffle" around the house. She made her sound like an ancient great grandmother. And the voice the narrator put on her sounded the same. Overall the narrator sounded like she was 20 years old and maybe because the heroine was supposed to be 24 it is appropriate but I could not relate at all.
The whole book felt like something a teenager would read. very disappointed.

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Is no one else bothered by her love interest being her first cousin once removed?

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Pretty good but...

Great book overall but it’s a little bit hard to get used to the lisp of the narrator.