Every Tuesday I will pick a character I've read about recently, perhaps even the week before, and try putting myself in her shoes. What things would I do differently? What have I learned from her behavior? That kind of thing. You are welcome to participate if you want, just please link back, so we could build a nice community of followers. Thanks!!! :)
Echo Emerson was the lost girl. She needed confidence, she needed
strength, but most of all she needed her memory back. But, of course that came with a price - gaining her memory could
cost her her sanity. And still, she was brave enough to risk it, because
what is a person with no memory? Especially when that memory holds the
key to one's peaceful night sleep... I loved the way Echo changed,
evolved and grew during the span of this novel. She started out as a
shy, insecure, scared girl, who needed not only moral support. And then a
certain boy's influence, along with her own fighting personality,
lifted her up to an entirely new level. Her insecurities were forgotten,
her selfishness and stubbornness as well, and she found a way to
find the truth, to forgive and forget. I was completely blown away by
Echo's mature way of thinking.
Because of who she was, and who she turned out to be in the end, I wouldn't change one single bit of Echo's character. I'm glad I could share a tiny bit of her fictional life :)
How about you? Whose shoes would you like to step into today?