Echo Species Intervention #6609

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Rated 4.76/5 based on 25 reviews
One hundred years pass as the United States is driven into a condition of economic collapse. Two families unite, discover Baby’s offspring, Echo, and flee from the evil intentions of a psychotic to uncover a coming Armageddon. Book 2 in the series Species Intervention #6609. More

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About JK Accinni

J. K. Accinni was born and raised in Sussex County before moving to Randolph, New Jersey, where she lives with her five dogs and eight rabbits, all rescued.Ms. Accinni’s passion for wildlife conservation has led her all over the world, including three trips to Africa, where ten years ago she and her husband fell in love with a baby elephant named Wendi that had been rescued by the incomparable David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Wendi is the inspiration for the character Tobi, the elephant featured in her fourth book titled Hive.
The character of Caesar is inspired by a real life iconic tiger from Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary in Sarasota. Mrs. Accinni also invites you to visit her webpage at www.SpeciesIntervention.com. Readers are encouraged to comment about the book or your own creature experiences.

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Maria Komninos reviewed on on April 22, 2013

Wow! I thought that the first book in the series 'Baby' was good. Echo did not disappoint. After reading Baby I just had to start Echo straight away. Soooooo looking forward to picking up Amageddon. Cometh.

Echo jumped about 100 years into the future from where Baby finished. The year is 2033, with completely new characters and the United States not as we know it. People are suffering from poverty, economic depression and outbreaks of illness. I love how Mexico has become the place where US citizens tried to flee to for work.

To me, it was realistic when two families were brought together so they could survive. Scott, Abby and mum with the Diaz family. Together they manage to live a somewhat normal life until an accident occurs and the families are torn apart.

I did find parts very graphic in the book which I can see will turn readers away. The sick mind of Armoni was unbelievable.

The twists and turns in the story kept me going. And the gold coin reappears again.

Oh and how cute is Echo

Oh and I did love the last paragraph in the book, which makes me want to read the third book right away.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Candice Simpson reviewed on on April 21, 2013

I almost want to title this-let the truth be set free. You get a sense of truth in what J.K. is describing, her details draw you in, you feel for the circumstance, and live through the environment. Sadness, shame, realness, and truth come to light quickly, upfront, and in a very pressured mode. In saying that-the book is incredible, the light it gives to things right now in our lives is again, incredible. I would never want to go through some of what Echo faces but I enjoyed living in light of it, and relating to things in a sense. I can say- JK knows how to write characters, scenes, details and descriptions to create a movie sense in the book-and make you laugh, cry, feel anger, want to kill someone, and feel a sincere passion of the story. This is the second book in the Species Intervention #6609 Series. There are new characters, new creations, and a new scenario round about---and its phenomenal!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lavinia Urban reviewed on on April 21, 2013

This book was set in the not to far off future where a young boy called Scotty goes in search for fairies, only to find Echo, who is the offspring of baby (from book one)
The world as we know it has started to change. Muslims run the majority of the world. There has been a polio epidemic and poor Scotty was left with impetigo scars and problems with his eyes. His sister Abby also has problems with her kidney and her family cannot afford to buy her a new kidney.
Times are tough. Families receive no benefits and you need an appointment to even go to the emergency room.
Then there is Jose. His family were killed when he was just a little boy and he was sent to live in America with his new adopted family. Life was tough when he did not understand english.
One day his adopted family moved in with Scotty's family as money was tight.
As time goes on and they grow up, nothing is really mentioned of Echo until Scotty's mother dies in a car accident. This is when their lives are turned upside down.
This is definitely a must read. I strongly recommend this book to everyone!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Sherry Vulgamott reviewed on on April 21, 2013

Ohmy! What can I say about this series? Well, I can say 'hurry with the rest of them, please!' The 4th one ended with a cliffhanger and I am dying to know what happens.

I really enjoyed these books. They were fun to read and I can't wait to see what happens next!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Cynthia Williams reviewed on on April 20, 2013

Echo was a fun read, it has fun, moments, tragic and violent ones, but I enjoyed it. This book takes you 100 yrs ahead from where we left off on Baby. JK Accinni takes you into a future that really makes you think about the way we live now and what could happen if things don't improve for the better.

Abby, Scotty, Jose and Echo form a bond that helps them overcome their losses and so much more. Read this book and see what I mean. Happy reading
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Cynthia Williams reviewed on on April 20, 2013

Echo was a fun read, it has fun, moments, tragic and violent ones, but I enjoyed it. This book takes you 100 yrs ahead from where we left off on Baby. JK Accinni takes you into a future that really makes you think about the way we live now and what could happen if things don't improve for the better.

Abby, Scotty, Jose and Echo form a bond that helps them overcome their losses and so much more. Read this book and see what I mean. Happy reading
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Chasity Morris reviewed on on April 17, 2013

My Review will contain MANY Spoilers! Please do NOT continue on if you don't want to know what goes on in this book.

This one was a little bit harder for me to get into feeling it. We get a new gang of Characters, out with the old and in with the new! Writing Style stays the same, Characters POV's jump from one to the next. The storyline bounced from Scotty to Echo then Jose. Barney was another constant fixture as well.

Thought some facts could have been left out about Jose because they seemed to cause more questions than answers. Lets hope that these get answered within the next book or the one following and were not left hanging, like with Baby.

The book jumped a mere 10 years into the future of Scotty, Abby and their mom, along with the Diaz clan. I felt cheated out on those years lost. More death hits home with their story's, with a brief pause for their grievances. It was all chaotic and fast. Fast forward button, hit pause then rewind!

Another thing that stumped me was, that this book again (like Baby) has sadness. Always sad! I'm hoping this is not going to be a recurrence, now I'm not so sure. AT some point in the next book(s) would love to have my HEA. That or any of the Characters get whats coming to them, Justice!

We catch a glimpse of the mysterious "Womb" creature (previously in Baby,) finally have confirmation to Echo's and Baby's Quest!

One side character did remind me of Hannibal Lector (Silence of the Lambs.) Freaked me out! Again, not suitable for anyone under 18. Content includes- limited/mild talk about insist. *SICK*
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Aileen Aroma reviewed on on April 16, 2013

You go through so many emotions in this story. At times you could be happy and laughing. At other times, you are depressed and terrified. There were parts I felt the author was just a little too brutal in her descriptions, for my taste.
With all that said I have to say that this series up to now, is well written. JK Accinni knows how to grab your attention and make you fall in love with the characters.
There is a hidden message in this series. I just hope that humans see it and start to make a difference.
I will start by giving Cake, as a peace offering ;)
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
Fenny Hotchpotchblog reviewed on on April 16, 2013

A lot of new characters are being introduced as the story thickens and becomes more complicated.

Echo – the offspring of Baby – has been in hiding for 100 years before she meets Scotty and Jose in the woods. This starts off a lot of changes for Jose and Abby (Scotty’s sister) – who become a couple in the process – and Scotty, a teenager. Peter Gavin, a lawyer, starts working for them, helping them to find a refuge in Sarasota, Florida.

A three-some unite together – Tomas, his girlfriend Kelly and her brother Armoni – with no good in mind. In fact, they are so depraved it was hard for me to read their atrocities in detail.

Some other characters are introduced, like the soon-to-be Muslim president Omar and his mistress Lita, who is in actual fact a secret agent of the CIA.

The persona of each character is described in full. Here and there remarks are made that you know are going to be pivotal in the unfolding of the story, which is intricately woven together in the same way as Baby was written.

You can feel the story developing, leading up to something captivating. After reading Baby, an uncomplicated love story, this book sets a different tone of voice. Especially the startling revelation at the end makes me very curious as to how the story continues in Armageddon Cometh!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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