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Regeneration: An Echo Hunter 367 Novel by [Berg, Stacey]
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"Echo Hunter 367 may be a clone and callous killer, but she's one with true heart and soul. Regeneration is a thrilling conclusion to Berg's dystopia duology."--Beth Cato, author of The Clockwork Dagger series

"A Canticle for Leibowitz that passes the Bechdel Test and then some. This post-apocalyptic clash of values and technology demonstrates beautifully that physical bravery can only take you so far; real change only happens when we have the courage to listen."--Nicola Griffith, author of Hild

-Echo Hunter 367 may be a clone and callous killer, but she's one with true heart and soul. Regeneration is a thrilling conclusion to Berg's dystopia duology.---Beth Cato, author of The Clockwork Dagger series

-A Canticle for Leibowitz that passes the Bechdel Test and then some. This post-apocalyptic clash of values and technology demonstrates beautifully that physical bravery can only take you so far; real change only happens when we have the courage to listen.---Nicola Griffith, author of Hild

About the Author

Stacey Berg is a medical researcher who writes speculative fiction. Her work as a physician-scientist provides the inspiration for many of her stories. She lives with her wife in Houston and is a member of the Writers' League of Texas. When she's not writing, she practices kung fu and runs half marathons.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2144 KB
  • Print Length: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Harper Voyager Impulse (14 Mar. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01HBPQVOU
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4.0 out of 5 stars Unexpected ending. 16 Mar. 2017
By Ginger Miller - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is packed with action from start to finish. Echo is still a bit unlikable and a killer. The Saint remains her only saving grace. All she does she does for the Saint. Every move she makes, every thought she has, everything she is, for the Saint. The ending was unexpected but should have seen it coming. Adam I happy with it? No. Could have ended so much better. 4 stars because it was good. 1 star left off because of the ending. My advice, and I am just one reader, carry this on. Do not end here. There has been absolutely no joy in either book and I am really sad to say that.
5.0 out of 5 stars Really interesting continued plot development from the first book where ... 2 April 2017
By Pamela A. Melroy - Published on Amazon.com
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Really interesting continued plot development from the first book where genetic diversity in a highly limited post-apocalyptic society becomes survival but the relationships between people still influence actions, and how different surviving groups might approach the problem with strengths and weaknesses in each. Lots of action and a very satisfying resolution!
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent world building 29 April 2017
By szn wilson - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent world building. I really enjoyed being lead on this journey and look forward to a reread.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Contains lots of topics for discussion 19 Mar. 2017
By Joan N. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the second in a series and I would highly recommend reading the first book, Dissension.

Echo travels to a another community and finds a society being operated differently than hers back home. How she is received in this new environment identified one of the issues of the novel – strangers within a society. Some accept her but others are very suspicious. Other issues explored in this novel include loyalty to leadership verses loyalty to the one you love. A another issue in the novel is the fear of change and how different communities deal with it. And one more issue – how different communities have strengths and weaknesses and how they can help each other.

All of those issues are woven through Echo's adventures in this post apocalyptic world. I found Echo to be a difficult hero to like. She is almost an anti-hero at times. I found her actions to be confusing often. She was driven by her concern and love for one individual while she, in general, did not value human life. She had been trained to serve the leader yet frequently made decisions contrary to what was best for her society.

I do recommend this book to those who enjoy science fiction, especially when it deals with difficult decisions. There could be much discussion about Echo and her actions and what was really best for her community.

I received a complimentary egalley of this book through Providence Book Promotions. My comments are an independent and honest review.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Twist to the Dystopian Stories 30 Mar. 2017
By JBronder Book Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
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Echo Hunter 367 is a clone that has been sent out past the furthest reaches of the Church and although she thinks this has become a suicide mission she finds another community. This community seems to be better off than her current one with its clean water and green grass. But things are not always better on the other side of the fence. No matter what happens, she does still have a mission from the Church. But she sees a possible way to help the woman she loves.

This is the second book in a duology and I do recommend reading Dissension, book one first. I was not completely lost but I think it would have helped reading Regeneration. I loved this world and how it was described. It appeals to the dystopian lover in me.

Echo is not really a hero and is hard to even really like her. She was created to follow orders and not care about the people yet she has someone she loves and is trying to do everything that she can to take care of her. It made following her hard since how can she have no regard for people as a whole yet be willing to do anything for her lover.

I love the whole dynamics of the community. You have those that are willing to accept Echo and others that are weary of her. You also have a group of people that has done what they can to survive and it gives them a different outlook.

This is a really good story. I didn’t expect the ending and I still don’t think I like it. But I am interested enough to purchase the first book in this series to figure out what I missed.

I received Regeneration from Providence Book Promotions for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.
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