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Echoes by Melinda Metz



Release Date: July 27th, 2011
Publisher: HarperCollins
Genre: Paranormal Young Adult
Pages: 517 Trade Paperback
Source: Bought

Trigger Warning(s): There’s a lot of use of the words “insane” and “crazy” and “psycho".

Summary: Can't believe she did that . . .

. . . at four-thirty I have to . . .

. . . I hate this place . . .


Rae Voight is losing her mind. When she walks down the halls of Sanderson Prep, she hears voices . . . even when no one is talking. Other people's thoughts crowd her head, a confusing tangle of insecurities and dark secrets. Just when Rae reaches her breaking point, one voice comes screaming through the din, loud and clear:

. . . Rae must die . . .

If Rae doesn't figure out who the thought belongs to soon, she could lose more than just her sanity.


NOTE: This review is spoiler-free!

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