Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Review from Heavy Feather Review

Very kind review of Echo Lake from Heavy Feather Review:

"Any narrative that manages to create and successfully convey a distinctive mood deserves to be called atmospheric. However, there are novels that possess an atmosphere so strong, so inescapable that it turns the narrative into an unbelievably engrossing reading experience. More than atmospheric, these rare novels deserve to be called something far more powerful: mesmerizing. Letitia Trent’s Echo Lakebelongs to this select group, and it doesn’t stop there. From the gloominess of rural noir to the foreboding tension of supernatural horror, Echo Lake smoothly transitions between a plethora of ambiances that, while distinct, mix very well with one another and allow the novel to keep its dark talons deep in readers’ brains for almost three hundred pages."

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