Lauren Eckhardt

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Testimonials

  • The Remedy Files: Illusion

    "I really enjoyed this book and can't wait for the next one in the series! I was captivated very quickly and couldn't put it down. I sometimes struggle in the beginning of books to get into the story, but in this case I was hooked quickly into the story of Impetus and Evie's journey. I already want to go back and re-read to catch things I might have missed. It kept me guessing at every turn - great, fun read!"

    Karyn, Goodreads Review
  • The Remedy Files: Illusion

    "The first few pages got going right away jumping right into the story almost making me feel as though I skipped a few pages. Very quickly I got into the story and that feeling went away and I started to understand where the story was going, immediately getting a similar vibe to The Giver. Along the way, I also started to get a little hint of Divergent, and sometimes even Hunger Games in terms of romantic interests. Although the novel has common threads to other dystopian stories, it carries its own and is a true contender in the genre."

    Brooke, Goodreads Review
  • The Remedy Files: Illusion

    "This was such a fun read! I really enjoyed the characters and dynamic setting (dystopian) and there are some good twists throughout. Without giving too much away, I'd say if you enjoy The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins) or Matched (Ally Condie) series, you would like this book.
    I am ready for the next one right now!"

    Tiffany, Goodreads Review
  • The Last Look

    "Such an emotional, heartfelt story of love, loss, and relationships. The writing is so real- you can feel the characters’ joys, pain, and sorrow. I think many women can identify with Haleigh and know (and may even be with) their version of Josh. I highly recommend it for readers looking for a realistic, relatable, and touching book."

    Sarah, Amazon Review
  • Enlightened: Evaline's Journey

    "This book is so creative and an enjoyable story. The author created a vivid vision for her readers. It felt like a blend of Alice in Wonderland and Pans Labyrinth with more hopeful and kind characters."

    Rebecca, Amazon Review