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- Print Length: 78 pages
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- Publisher: Global Endeavor Publishing; 1 edition (September 8, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 8, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B014BSHH8Y
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I have just finished part 1 of another adventure with Mr. Kohler and his fantastic imagination, and it must be said I enjoyed it as much if not even more than his other works I have read. That is no easy accomplishment even for this extraordinarily talented man. In this new series there are seven parts. Now I will have to suffer withdrawals I wait for the next parts of "Borrowed Souls" to be publis
Jack Duffy, was now a soul collector, Wilson retired giving Jack his position but leaving Jack with more questions than answers. Jack had the coin that he knew could help him see the past when he used it with his mark. Jack's first soul to collect was his cheating wife's, how she died was a mystery to Jack.
"I seem to keep mysteriously beaming, or whatever it's called, from place to place,"
Jack takes Wilson's rosary from his pocket before the police pick up his dead body. Like the coin it probably has a benefit, so Jack would need to figure it out.
Lots of questions, the reader can't help feeling sorry for Jack and his wife and the situation.
Great second story, now on to the third.
On his way to his apartment, he realises that Cyndi must be close to death to be in need of his services. Before he knows what is happening, he is transported to the hospital where Cyndi is lying in intensive care, seriously injured. Once there, it becomes obvious that he can only be seen by those who are about to die. Using the coin which he received from Wilson, he is able to re-live Cyndi's last 24 hours.
The beauty of this series is that it so easy to read and each book is complete in itself but leaves you wanting to read on to find out where it all goes in the next part. Paul Kohler is a consummate writer who understands his craft, reading his work is inevitably a pleasurable experience.
This is a completely honest review of a copy which I received from the author.