The Echo of Old Books PDF/E-Book by Barbara Davis

Two Books Within a Book, What a Story? Amazing Read 4.5/5. It’s so good that I even ignored my library books to prioritize reading this. The story is so engaging that it hooked me from the very first page, and I couldn’t wait to see where it would take me. Highly Recommended.

Description of the Book:

the echo of old books pdf

The Echo of Old Books Synopsis:

Rare-book dealer Ashlyn Greer’s affinity for books extends beyond the intoxicating scent of old paper, ink, and leather. She can feel the echoes of the books’ previous owners—an emotional fingerprint only she can read. When Ashlyn discovers a pair of beautifully bound volumes that appear to have never been published, her gift quickly becomes an obsession. Not only is each inscribed with a startling incrimination, but the authors, Hemi and Belle, tell conflicting sides of a tragic romance.

With no trace of how these mysterious books came into the world, Ashlyn is caught up in a decades-old literary mystery, beckoned by two hearts in ruins, whoever they were, wherever they are. Determined to learn the truth behind the doomed lovers’ tale, she reads on, following a trail of broken promises and seemingly unforgivable betrayals. The more Ashlyn learns about Hemi and Belle, the nearer she comes to bringing closure to their love story—and to the unfinished chapters of her own life.

Book Quotes That We Like:

“We read not to escape life but to learn how to live it more deeply and richly, to experience the world through the eyes of the other.”

“To lose oneself in the pages of a book is often to find oneself. —Ashlyn Greer, The Care & Feeding of Old Books”

“There’s nothing more personal than a book, especially one that’s become an important part of someone’s life.”

“Books may be likened to the people who come into our lives. Some will become precious to us; others will be set aside. The key is to discern which is which.”

“In the happiest times of my life, I have reached for my books. In the saddest times of my life, my books have reached back.”

“Like humans, books experienced their share of heartache—and like humans, they remembered.”

“The number of lives we are capable of living is limited only by the number of books we choose to read.”

Barbara Davis, The Echo of Old Books

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