28 April 2009 ~ 0 Comments

(Book) Soul Identity by Dennis Batchelder


I’ll be honest, I picked this book up from Amazon on my Kindle when it was a penny. Why not, right? I figured it would at least be worth a read… but what a great surprise. A different type of premise and a quick fun read. It’s still a suspense/mystery, but it felt fresh. This is one of the books I read while in the hospital last month. It was perfect because it was easy to pick up and put down (and you know someone is in your room ever 10 minutes!).

Read it, you’ll like it 🙂


You can’t take it with you.

• but what if you could?

Most people believe their souls outlive their bodies.

Most people would find an organization that tracks their souls into the future and passes on their banked money and memories compelling.

Scott Waverly isn’t like most people. He spends his days finding and fixing computer security holes.

And Scott is skeptical of his new client’s claim that they have been calculating and tracking soul identities for almost twenty-six hundred years.

Are they running a freaky cult? Or a sophisticated con job?

Scott needs to save Soul Identity from an insider attack. Along the way, he discovers the importance of the bridges connecting people’s lives.

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