A Fractured Echo

A Fractured Echo

11.3K Reads 812 Votes 26 Part Story
Lou By LouMoran Updated 5 days ago

What would you give to be able to erase your history, to start your life over with a clean slate?  For some, this is the stuff of dreams, but for one woman that reality is laced with fear and uncertainty.  Building a new life becomes infinitely harder as events from her past start to weave themselves into the present.  In a journey that will turn her whole world upside down for a second time, uncovering the truth poses more questions than it gives answers, as she fights to fully understand what happened.  Meanwhile, strength & support comes from unexpected places as she fights to remember.
  
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  Copyright © 2015 by Lou Moran. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of Lou Moran.
  
  This is a work of fiction. All of the characters, organizations, and events portrayed in this novel are either products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously.

I've had this in my library for weeks and so sorry I didn't start sooner! I am hooked after the Prologue! 🙋😃💜
JanetNorcal JanetNorcal Mar 24, 2016
Re-reading the prologue again is getting me so excited for the mystery to be unraveled. Why would a person run in front of a car? How do you move beyond isolation? Onward!
Karima_Marika Karima_Marika Mar 21, 2016
It is a good start to begin the story. You put the basis and the context is full of details
JanetNorcal JanetNorcal Oct 25, 2015
I have to know what happens next. She does seem strong and sensible. Brave too, armed only with fragments of dreams.
mestpa mestpa Oct 10, 2015
Omg Im hooked now...this is wonderful hun, amazing start of what I can see is gonna be a great story!  
                               I was terrified and I love it! Looking forward for more! ❤
Elemenopeeeee Elemenopeeeee Oct 06, 2015
Congratulations Lou ! Your style is perfect ; inviting the reader in ,placing us there in that room, in that life . Looking forward to more xx