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4.33  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews

What do you get when you mix a dead child, a movie buff, a chiromancing anthropologist, a school shooting, and what appears to be a series of unrelated, everyday events? What you get is a disturbing possibility that exists in the present tense.

Soulless walks a fine line between horror, mystery and science fiction, though if you are looking for laser-toting aliens, mother s

Paperback, 252 pages
Published May 31st 2012 by Createspace (first published 2001)
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Logan Blackisle
Aug 19, 2013 Logan Blackisle rated it it was amazing
Shelves: classics, favorites
The book draws you in right from the start, and sets you on a slow and deliberate journey veering into the philosophical; which can so very easily make you stop and think about what you've just read - so don't count on finishing this book very fast.

It's very thought provoking - hours will pass thinking about this book, after you've read it.

The author (Clea Saal) masterfully weaves together psychological aspects with philosophical, historical and even a touch of theology.

The book is cast as 'Phil
Dec 30, 2013 Steven rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The disturbing mesh of everyday events turns Professor Paul Webster and a college associate into investigators trying to solve a tangled web of paranormal happenings. Fantasy and reality shift into twisted images as the truth is no longer a definitive answer. Paul and his associate, Sandra, must come to grips with facts bordering on insanity. And they must face a reality that can no longer be denied. The consciousness of human kind has changed and the reason for that shift is a startling ...more
Aug 11, 2012 Clea added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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Yes, I know that reviewing my own book is kind of tacky but I figured a word of caution was in order: Avoid the version with the red cover at all costs! I spent a year rewriting this thing for a reason (as you can probably guess, the blue version is the revised one).
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No more… please… stop… I confess. My name is Clea Saal and I was born on this planet, though I am not certain whether or not that would have been my first choice if anyone had bothered to ask for my opinion on the subject. I was born at an early age somewhere in the Southern Hemisphere, although I was dragged to the other side of the Equator by my parents when I was only a few years old and I have

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