Ecko Rising

Ecko Rising

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Random House, Inc.
In a futuristic London where technological body modification is the norm, Ecko stands alone as a testament to the extreme capabilities of his society. Driven half mad by the systems running his body, Ecko is a criminal for hire. No job is too dangerous or insane.

When a mission goes wrong and Ecko finds himself catapulted across dimensions into a peaceful and unadvanced society living in fear of 'magic', he must confront his own percepions of reality and his place within it.

A thrilling debut, Ecko Rising explores the massive range of the sci-fi and fantasy genres, and the possible implications of pitting them against one another. Author Danie Ware creates an immersive and richly imagined world that readers will be eager to explore in the first book in this exciting new trilogy.

Baker & Taylor
In a futuristic London where technological body modification is the norm, Ecko stands alone as a testament to the extreme capabilities of his society. Driven half mad by the systems running his body, Ecko is a criminal for hire. No job is too dangerous or insane. When a mission goes wrong and Ecko finds himself catapulted across dimensions into a peaceful and unadvanced society living in fear of 'magic', he must confront his own percepions of reality and his place within it.

Gardners
After awakening in a dimension-jumping inn to find himself immersed in his own sardonic fantasy world, Ecko strives to conquer his deepest fears and save the world from extinction.

Baker
& Taylor

Living in a futuristic London where technological body modification is common, Ecko, a half-mad criminal for hire, is catapulted into an alternate-world society of peace and limited advances where he is forced to confront his own perceptions of reality and belonging. A first novel. Original.

Publisher: London : Titan, 2013
ISBN: 9780857687623
085768762X
Characteristics: 524 p. ; 22 cm

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sat7
May 27, 2015

Echo ! a bit juvenile however, a fast paced, current and compelling story. Be sure to look for the other volumes. I enjoyed for sure... .

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lewise5580
Oct 02, 2013

I loved this first book, even though it was somewhat confusing in the beginning. It did not fully explain all of the key parts and players during the beginning when they were in London, but as the book progressed, the author did a better job portraying what was going on in the other world Ecko had been transported to. I cannot wait until the rest of the series is released.

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