- File Size: 6853 KB
- Print Length: 556 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Lounge Chair Literature (March 2, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XDPPJ4C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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#92,542 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #23 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Peer Pressure
- #74 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Self-Esteem
- #83 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Death
The Soulmate Series: Teen Paranormal Romance Series: Books 1-3 Kindle Edition
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*Soulmate-- 4 Stars
I really enjoyed this book.The story-line is a unique and interesting concept. I can empathize with Rachel being an outcast and then getting a chance to re-invent herself. I can understand how she could do stupid things to fit in with 'cool kids' like Jason.
I didn't like the way Reggie talked and that his favorite food was chicken. It was stereotypical and demeaning. Especially considering how intelligent he was.
*Soulsearch-- 3 Stars
Okay, things got a lot more complicated in this book. Another double soul is found. Rider's mother is discovered. The search for answers continues. Still an interesting story.
I had several problems with the story. 1) I can't imagine parents letting their teens drive 4 hours to visit Paige on a regular basis, especially after what had happened. 2) The way Rider found the information at the Clinic wasn't believable, IMO. 3) The way Paige acted when they first met Zach was totally out of character for her. 4) Going to Prom wasn't realistic to me. Where I live, Rachel and Rider wouldn't have been allowed to go since they weren't students of that school. 5) The fact that Paige's parents allowed Rider to sleep in her room. Until the plot needed him to be alone with Zach.
*Lost Soul-- 1 Star
I didn't care for this book. The first 18 chapters were boring and could have been cut to 1, possibly 2, chapters. I don't feel that all the minutiae of Michael's life added anything to the story. The next 2 chapters are taken from Soulsearch. Finally, in Ch 21, we get back to the present with new material. This story starts in 1979 yet everybody had a cell phone. No, they didn't. I'm not even sure if cordless phones were around. Everybody went to NYC without telling their parents. How did they pull that off? Didn't their parents think it was funny they went to a stranger's wedding? I was sorely disappointed in this book.
This is for the full collection, Soulmate, Soulsearch, Lost Soul
Really a different book and very interesting idea. Thought that a soul could be caught up with a full person, with separate feelings and personality. This is one of those books where it would be easy to give out spoilers.
I've been trying to figure out what to call books that the main story comes to a conclusion, but the background story continues. It's not really a cliffhanger, but if you want to know the full conclusion, you do need to read the full trilogy.
The characters, including the 'voices' of the extra souls are well written and the characters are funny, snarky and despite having another voice in their head, regular teens. I felt so bad for Rachel's extra soul Rider, not having the freedom to stop some bad things that will happen. That's as much of a spoiler that I'm willing to give.
The only book I read that was even similar was Tina Wainscott's older books where a soul took over a body to right a wrong and the original soul went into someone else.
You'll laugh and cry and not want to put the book down. Some trilogies I have a favorite book, but I didn't … the third there's spots that I really didn't feel like reading, so I skimmed, but it was necessary to the story.
Though this book begins and ends with a death, it is a gentle story with a HFN ending. In fact if it had not been for the second death, Rider would not have had a life of his own.
Soulsearch - Enthralling
Rider searches for his origins, finding a brother. Romance for Rachel's best friend Paige. Ends in a cliffhanger.
Lost Soul - Enduring Love
Book goes back into the past and takes 21 chapters to get to where Soulsearch ended. It is probably best not to binge read the set but leave a gap before reading this book. This was my least favourite of the three stories but had a lovely ending. This could be read as a standalone.
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