My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I haven’t read such a good book in a long time.
Most books – every other book I’ve seen – starts with a title page, a page of copyright information and a dedication. The first thing I noticed about Echo is that the first part of the story begins on page one. The title page is placed after the prologue, kind of like some movies were the title sequence is after the first scene. It was a very intriguing start to a very intriguing book.
I’m self-publishing my second book this week. Yay!
This book is entitled Car Guts.
That’s a weird name. Why would you name a book like that?
You’ll just have to read it and find out.
I wrote the first draft to this book about three or four years ago and now, after many drafts and rewrites, here we are!
Here’s a small excerpt:
A signpost with sun-faded letters swept past us. Welcome to Sandpoint, Texas. There was no shortage of sand, but there didn’t seem to be much of a point.