Music, magic, and a real-life miracle meld in this virtuosic, genre-defying tour de force from storytelling maestro Pam Munoz Ryan.
Lost and alone in the forbidden Black Forest, Otto meets three mysterious sisters and suddenly finds himself entwined in a puzzling quest involving a prophecy, a promise, and a harmonica.
Decades later, Friedrich in Germany, Mike in Pennsylvania, and Ivy in California each become interwoven when the very same harmonica lands in their lives, binding them by an invisible thread of destiny. All the children face daunting challenges: rescuing a father, protecting a brother, holding a family together. How their suspenseful solo stories converge in an orchestral crescendo will resound in your heart long after the last note has been struck.
Richly imagined and structurally innovative, ECHO pushes the boundaries of form and shows us what is possible in how we tell stories.
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This book is amazing I love it so much! I love how there is 4 perspective and it's so good it's worth the money
Longest Book I’ve Ever Read
ECHO is a good book, but I did have somewhat some trouble reading it in time for my book report, but if you are bored of the short books then pick up Echo. Echo inquires of which when Otto starts in the forest and gets a bump and meets Eins, Zwei, and Drei, including a harmonica. The harmonica somewhat has an M on it, which questions the others.
The lovely music of a harmonica travels throughout three children: Friedrich, Ivy, and Frankie. They all meet which hearing such the harmonica’s beautiful sound makes them all get interested.
I figured this book from my fourth grade friend Giana DeVito, who said it was hard, but I braved up the challenge to read it.
I almost hadn’t finished Echo in time, but the book is a page-turner.
The book is hard for me, but I loved it anyway with musical instruments and all — so magical and soft.
Amazing recommend for everyone!
Read till the ending or you won't get the amazingness it truly is.