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Soul Identity by Dennis Batchelder
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Dec 31, 14

bookshelves: ya-dystopian-steampunk-scifi
Read in February, 2012

3.5 stars. But I rounded up :)

(available for free for the nook, iBooks, and the kindle)

For a free read...WOW!

Very interesting take on souls. In this book, souls pass from one body to another, almost like reincarnation, and there is an organization that can basically track souls from one body to the next. The main character is witty and a bit sarcastic (he reminded me of Harry Dresden from the Dresden files) and the plot was definitely interesting. There were definitely some bits that could have used some improvement. I felt like the antagonist was very predictable and easy to guess. There were some bits that seemed hard to believe, and some parts I felt were unnecessary or could've been utilized better.

All that aside, it was an enjoyable book with the right amount of humor and suspense. I will definitely be putting the next book on my To Read list!

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