Echoes Of Us by Kat ZhangEchoes Of Us by Kat Zhang

Echoes Of Us

byKat Zhang

Paperback | September 15, 2015

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In the final installation in the Hybrid Chronicles—bound to captivate fans of Ally Condie, Lauren Oliver, and Scott Westerfeld—Addie and Eva must come to terms with sharing a body as they fight for lasting change and hybrid freedom.

Addie and Eva barely survived the explosion at the Powatt institution, but they refuse to sit still as the nation ripples with rebellion. When an ambitious reporter offers Addie and Eva the chance to go undercover and film the wretched conditions of a hybrid institution, the girls jump at the chance to once again take part in the fight for hybrid freedom. As Eva and Addie walk into danger, they cling to each other and the hope of a better future. But the price they might pay is higher than they ever could have imagined.

Kat Zhang is an avid traveler, and after a childhood spent living in one book after another, she now builds stories for other people to visit, including the Hybrid Chronicles.
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Title:Echoes Of UsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.83 inPublished:September 15, 2015Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062114948

ISBN - 13:9780062114945

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good finale, weird series There, this is what I've been wanting from the series all along. Action and resolution and a proper climax. With a plot driven almost entirely by Eva's insatiable need to be in the thick of things and get herself in trouble, it was in danger of being repetitive, but overall I am rather pleased with the way this turned out. It's like Zhang held out on us for so long in the suspense and climax areas that she had to go all out on this one. Overall, this was a finale done right for a series with possibly the most interesting and bizarre premise ever. I'm still a bit weirded out by it, but it was handled so well, I think I'm gonna be okay.
Date published: 2017-01-09

Editorial Reviews

An intriguing depiction of sibling relationships and the challenges of learning to live as distinct, though not physically separate, individuals.