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Discord (Echoes of Earth Book 1) Kindle Edition
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As Beth falls in love with Toby and struggles to regain her memory so she can go home, little details seem to be slightly out of place. What does she see in the middle of the night, from the corner of her eye? Why does no one visit these apparently brain-damaged teens, and why don't they have any contact with the outside world? Why is everyone so obsessed with music and concerts? And just what is on the other side of the village church?
The twists in this book were utterly unexpected and kept me desperate to read more. Can't recommend it enough!
Beth is in a hospital that helps kids with brain damage recover from their trauma, with a particular emphasis on using music therapy. Right from the off, you realise that there's something not quite right. The feeling of something being wrong grows through the book. Eventually, Beth and her boyfriend Toby find out what's going on. I can't tell you any more without giving it all away, sorry!
This is a very imaginative book, slightly creepy and quite dark in places. I enjoyed it.
So much so that I finished it and went straight on to read Dissent - the next book in the series.
The group dynamic between the kids in the hospital and the musical themes running throughout the narrative were huge strengths of this one, I can imagine the target audience especially enjoying it (as did I)
I do love when authors mess with genre types and mash it all up a bit and that was the case with Discord, its finale was cleverly placed and I’m definitely going to read the next in the series – you can’t leave it there! I even liked my least liked thread in novels the romantic one – but Katy Haye also speaks to love in different forms.
A tale of friendship under the most odd and disturbing circumstances, Discord is a rather lovely read with added bite when it comes to the ultimate (part) resolution.
Recommended for 14+ years and for the young at heart.
I especially loved the bit about the clouds - making up pictures is something my kids and I do regularly; not just to brighten up long journeys.
I also loved the ideas about music helping to heal - this is something I believe in strongly.
Strongly recommended - a frightening view of the future.
A definite page-turner.
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