Author: Shean P. Wallace
Heresy. A word to slander. A word to destroy lives.
The root of the word heresy is choice; the wrong choice. And the world of Geos wholeheartedly believes that Maya has made the wrong choice when she decides not to take up her role as a Contegon – a religious warrior – and instead flee.
Her flight causes trouble to her best friend Chain and Snow, a teenager who Maya uses as part of her escape. They have to deal with the fallout from Maya’s heresy but soon, with the balance of a centuries-long war tipping against Geos, they will have much more to contend with.
Sean is a writer, a gamer, a project manager and also a bit of a self-deprecating self-aggrandizer. In his spare time, he just about manages to sleep.
Please note that this is just my opinion. I’m not qualified in any degree to say this is excellent or it’s bad. I’m clearly stating my experience while I read Deep Echoes.
I loved it for what it was. It’s a book that makes you think. At some stages in the book you don’t know who was the right side. It did questioned my own judegments, and I absolutely love books like that. Books that makes you think. It really is a good story, Sean definitely does have a gift of telling a good story. His characters were well developed, and I can feel there is another sequel coming up, or I hope there is because there were too many unanswered questions in this one. (This did left me a bit frustrated.)
Now for the part that I didn’t like.
There were a couple of grammar mistakes, not too many, but enough for my eye to pick them up. He tried to explain too many things at the same time, which annoyed me a bit.
Other than this couple of mistakes, Loved it for what it was, and I recommend this to everyone that love books, the kind that makes you question yourself.
Really nice novel, Sean. I wish you all the best with it.