Echo Prophecy (Echo Trilogy, #1) #booktour #bookreview #giveaway


Echo Prophecy (Echo Trilogy, #1)

by Lindsey Fairleigh


Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000037_00039]“…we only see what we want to see…what we expect to see…”

Discover what’s hidden—a powerful, mythic race, an ancient Egyptian prophecy, and a love strong enough to shatter the boundaries of time.

Alexandra Larson isn’t human…but she doesn’t know that. As far as Lex is concerned, she’s simply an ambitious and independent archaeology grad student with a knack for deciphering ancient languages, especially the various forms of Egyptian. When she’s recruited to work on her dream excavation, her translating skills uncover the secret entrance to an underground Egyptian temple concealed within Djeser-Djeseru—the famous mortuary temple of Queen Hatchepsut. Lex is beyond thrilled by her discovery…as is the enigmatic and alluring excavation director, Marcus Bahur.

As the relationship between Lex and Marcus heats up, a series of shocking revelations leave the young archaeologist reeling. Once Lex discovers the truth of her ancient Egyptian roots—the truth of her more-than-human nature—the people she trusts most make one final, terrifying revelation: Lex is the central figure of a four-thousand-year-old prophecy. She is the only thing standing between the power to alter the very fabric of time and an evil megalomaniac…who also happens to be her father. As events set in motion over four millennia ago lead Lex and Marcus from Seattle to the heart of Egypt, the fate of mankind depends on one thing: the strength of Lex’s love.


My review: 

In attempt to break out of my typical paranormal read, I chose to review this book which brings me back to my first love, mythology. When I was a fourth grader, I knew way more than a fourth grader should know about gods & goddesses. This love sparked a understanding of all religion. It set the foundation for the person I am today. So as you can imagine, I am slightly picky about my mythology stories. Echo Prophecy didn’t disappoint. In the beginning I was a little worried. I was bombarded with too much description, I don’t need to know the color of Lex’s laptop, but that is just a nitpick reaction from me. I was happy as the descriptions fell away and a fantastic take on my mythology characters unfolded before me. I had a blast meeting each character and putting together “who” they were based on present day names. Echo Prophecy brought together an old love, mythology, and a new love, romance, to create a fast paced, steamy, fun story. I definitely will be reading the entire series.


Excerpt from the book:


“Meswett, know yourself and you shall know the gods.
Meswett, trust yourself and you shall trust the gods.
So it ends, from start to finish,
as found in writing.”
—taken from the Prophecy of Nuin, Old Kingdom, c. 2180 BCE

I thought I knew people. I didn’t.

I thought I could trust my family and my friends. I couldn’t.

I thought I at least had some idea of who I am. Wrong.

But here’s the real kicker: I never thought I’d be in the heart of an ancient temple, driven by desperation and hatred, ready to kill my own father.

Screaming, I launch myself at him. My rage and sorrow are so great that I no longer have room for any other emotions. Coherent thought is foreign to me. I have one purpose—to destroy him.

He doesn’t see me coming. He can’t see me coming. I’m moving too quickly, bending time to my will. It’s impossible, but that doesn’t make it any less real.


My father doesn’t have time to finish the question. I’ve already torn the gun from his grasp and pressed the muzzle against the side of his head.

I flex my index finger.




Lindsey Fairleigh headshotLindsey Fairleigh lives her life with one foot in a book–as long as that book transports her to a magical world or bends the rules of science. Her novels, from post-apocalyptic to time travel and historical fantasy, always offer up a hearty dose of unreality, along with plenty of adventure and romance. When she’s not working on her next novel, Lindsey spends her time reading and trying out new recipes in the kitchen. She lives in the Napa Valley with her loving husband and confused cats.







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  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Mary Preston says

    LOVE the cover. I have always found anything to do with Egypt to be utterly fascinating.


    • lindseyfairleigh says

      Thank you so much, Mary! Egypt is…sigh. I think Egypt will always be my first love. 🙂

  3. Great review, thank you.



  5. lindseyfairleigh says

    Thanks so much for the review, Jen! I’m glad EP lived up to your high mythology standards. 😀

    • Jen @craftymomof3 says

      Lol, I really enjoyed it. You really did a fantastic job and I loved the twist you put on it.

  6. Bobbye Hope Booth says

    Sounds very good 😉

  7. Thanks for shairng your review and the giveaway. Sounds like a really good book. evamillien at gmail dot com

  8. Very nice review

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  9. Sounds like a great read!!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  10. Chelsea B. says

    I’m very intrigued! This novel sounds really good!


  11. Sounds really interesting, I love the mystery and egyptian ties in, I find it to be a very intriguing setting

  12. Lindsey is a new-to-me author as is the genre. I’ll enjoy following her tour to get to know more about the author and her work.

    kareninnc at gmail dot com

  13. Gloria Herrera says

    Loved this book. She has created a unique blend of fact and fantasy that makes this book a new reality.

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