Book Review: Illusive Echoes (The Greatest Sin Book 4) by Lee French & Erik Kort

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Illusive Echoes (The Greatest Sin Book 4) by Lee French & Erik Kort

A Fantasy Novel published by Tangled Sky Press (06/28/16)

Summary:

“I do not require coddling.” He sighed and turned away from her. “You’re so difficult.” (Kindle Locations 2568-2569).

Chavali is tasked with finding the killer of her friend and recovering the cat statue he was supposed to deliver. Was Harris just a friend to Chavali? She will have to work out her feelings amidst the new mission that proves more complex than it at first seems.

Keywords:

Fantasy, Clan, Family, Loyalty, Prophesy, Seer, Close-Knit, Sacrifice, Strength, Evil, Friendship, Mystery, Thriller, Healing, Leadership, Illusions, Betrayal, Intrigue, Gangs, Connections

My Review:

Again and again in the Greatest Sin Series Lee French shows the reader an intriguing and wonderful character in Chavali. Chavali is wise, logical, skilled, stubborn, attuned to the nuances in human behavior, and just a little bit antisocial. She is a fascinating character.

The mystery in this fourth book, as in the previous three Greatest Sin books, was complex and multi-layered. I was not able to figure out all the twists and turns, but they kept me engaged in the story and the mystery.

Two characters were missing from most of this book. Harris showed up briefly only to be murdered and I really can’t wait to see more of him and his relationship with Chavali. Karias also had a minor role in this book and I really love his character and can’t wait to get more from him in future books as well. I’m waiting patiently for Colbi, Karias, and Chavali to have an in depth heart to heart.

Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of this story in exchange for my honest review.

This novel was published by Tangled Sky Press on June 28th, 2016 and is available on Amazon here.

 

TL;DR Star Rating: 4.50

 

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