TOUR SCHEDULE: An Echo in the City by KX Song

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for An Echo in the City by KX Song.

June 19th
Absorbing Reads – Review, Playlist
itskooreviews – Review, Favorite Quotes

June 20th
Stuck in Fiction – Interview
Confessions of a YA Reader – Promotional Post

June 21st
Boys’ Mom Reads! – Review
Mallory Books – Review, Creative post: Annotation Art

June 22nd
Little Corner Reads – Interview

June 23rd
Booklore – Review, Favorite Quotes
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review

June 24th
The Book Dutchesses – Interview
My beauty my books – Review, Favorite Quotes

June 25th
Lily’s Cozy Blog – Review
One More Exclamation – Review

June 19th
ninebookishlives – Promotional Post
ofbooksandromance – Review
hey_its_meg_777 – Content Creator’s Choice
itskooreviews – Content Creator’s Choice

June 20th
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
iya.reads – Review
nikki_bookbinges – Review, Playlist

June 21st
overlookingcovers – Review, Favorite Quotes
stargirls.magical.tale – Review
bookdreamr – Content Creator’s Choice

June 22nd
bookdemonio – Promotional Post
ablueboxfullofbooks – Creative post: Little Free Library Drop
littlecornerreads – Content Creator’s Choice

June 23rd – Journal Spread
justme_diya – Content Creator’s Choice
popthebutterfly – Content Creator’s Choice

June 24th
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
theenchantedshelf – Review
shelovestoreadtoo – Content Creator’s Choice

June 25th
dharashahauthor – Top 5 Reasons to Read An Echo in the City
enthuse_reader – Review, Favorite Quotes
lilly_sreads – Content Creator’s Choice
onemoreexclamation – Content Creator’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Romance
Publishing date: June 20th, 2023

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Rep: From Hong Kong


Two star-crossed teenagers fall in love during the 2019 Hong Kong protests in this searing contemporary debut about coming of age in a time of change.

Sixteen-year-old Phoenix knows her parents have invested thousands of dollars to help her leave Hong Kong and get an elite Ivy League education. They think America means big status, big dreams, and big bank accounts. But Phoenix doesn’t want big; she just wants home. The trouble is, she doesn’t know where that is… until the Hong Kong protest movement unfolds, and she learns the city she’s come to love is in danger of disappearing.
Seventeen-year-old Kai sees himself as an artist, not a filial son, and certainly not a cop. But when his mother dies, he’s forced to leave Shanghai to reunite with his estranged father, a respected police officer, who’s already enrolled him in the Hong Kong police academy. Kai wants to hate his job, but instead, he finds himself craving his father’s approval. And when he accidentally swaps phones with Phoenix and discovers she’s part of a protest network, he finds a way to earn it: by infiltrating the group and reporting their plans back to the police. 
As Kai and Phoenix join the struggle for the future of Hong Kong, a spark forms between them, pulling them together even as their two worlds try to force them apart. But when their relationship is built on secrets and deception, will they still love the person left behind when the lies fall away?

Content Warning: grief over death of a parent, police brutality, political unrest

K. X. Song is a diaspora writer with roots in Hong Kong and Shanghai. An Echo in the City is her debut novel. Visit her online at

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