I’d like to thank Brianna Scharfenberg of Night Shade Books for not only providing me with the review copy but also introducing me to this series. It’s become one of my favorites.
A Symphony of Echoes takes up pretty soon after the ending of Just One Damned Thing After Another (reviewed here).
Things haven’t slowed down. Early in the book, Madeline Maxwell and her associates end up going to the future to save St. Mary’s from an attack. This is highly irregular, and by highly irregular, I mean Not Done At All. You never go to the future. Too many risks.
But these are unusual times, no pun intended. Max ends up being the director for a while. I’m not sure how far in the future they go. It doesn’t seem to be too far, but none of the people there are members of Max’s version of St. Mary’s except Mrs. Partridge, the assistant to the director. The implication is that they are all dead. Continue reading