The Soul Shifters Begins: Jake Greyland: A Short Story

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The Soul Shifters Begins: Jake Greyland, A Short Story, is an introduction to a suspenseful trilogy of novels that tell the gripping story of what happens when the brilliant 18 year old, Jake Greyland, is in a hideous accident and awakens in another young-man's body. Jake and his 19 year old friend, Miguel, are forced into a life-and-death battle to prevent the murder of the girl that Jake loves.
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Words: 7,610
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301393626
About Leslie O'Kane

Leslie O'Kane has been a published author since 1996 and has published 19 mystery novels and thrillers. She is the mother of two; her daughter is a mathematician and manager, and her son is an officer in the Air Force. Leslie and her husband have lived in their home in Boulder, Colorado for many years now. Leslie considers the time that she was taken hostage in a robbery the start of her life in crime; she finds writing about fictional crime much more enjoyable than being victimized by it.

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Review by: Kim Hunt on July 23, 2013 :
Liked the story. Few editing issues but liked it the same. Jake is great. Well paced and liked the title.
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Review by: Brent Meske on June 30, 2013 :
WARNING. SPOILERS BELOW.

I really enjoyed almost everything about this story! It was clear, well-paced, and surprisingly, I wasn't confused. Normally with series-linked short stories you run the risk of not understanding a single thing. Not so here.

I gave this story four stars because of some strange formatting at the end of the book (some HTML that popped up in odd places), and the one thing that didn't really make sense.

(SPOILER HERE): Jake makes the leap of logic that the girl is going to be shot in the chest. How does he make this leap? He obviously can't see the future, but there's no explanation why the bad guys would jump from hiring a guy to hit Jake on a bike, and then change over to shooting somebody. If there is some logic in the choice, I couldn't see it.
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