Soul View

Adult
Rated 4.75/5 based on 5 reviews
Dr. Jim Sagacity has the special ability to see souls. He watches spirits depart this world in a display of pure wonder until one day he learns that not all souls are able to make this transition. With a new perspective of death, he attempts to intervene, but despite his best efforts, he finds that not everyone shares his views and that the world he lives in can be a very dangerous place.
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Words: 106,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452322513
About Jeff Inlo

When I was young, I didn't enjoy reading, mostly because it was connected to some assignment at school. In the tenth grade of high school, however, I took an English class, Criminal and Detectives in Literature. I was assigned to read "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie. I finally understood what people meant when they said they could not put a book down. I explored more of Christie and learned that reading was more than just homework. I began sampling popular authors of the 1980s, and eventually moved to classics. I read "Treasure Island" and then the "Count of Monte Cristo." My sheer delight with these books led me to discover additional works. As I started to write my own books, I hoped I could create stories with positive messages that would allow a few readers to find enjoyment with my work, as I found pleasure with the books I had read. For those that have, I thank you for giving me the opportunity.

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Review by: JORDAN MAHLE on July 08, 2013 :
This book had me hooked from the first few pages. Loved the plot and how easily negative beings can so easily manipulate
the Good Souls.
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Review by: Rose Hepburn on Dec. 13, 2012 :
Great book, couldn,t put it down...
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Review by: Sarah Latham on July 19, 2011 :
Quite enjoyed spending time with these characters and this premise :)
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Review by: GraceKrispy on July 22, 2010 :
This was a provocative and compelling look at good and evil, and the battle therein. I was captive from beginning to end, and it provided an interesting new perspective to give me food for thought. I'm looking forward to the author's other works!
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Review by: Timothy Nix on April 24, 2010 : (no rating)
What if you could see inside and read the condition of people's souls? This gripping novel examines that question and all of its ramifications. I have read it twice now and discovered something new both times. I think it would be a good discussion book for book clubs, because it opens doors to how such an ability would affect yourself and those around you, how it would be perceived by those whose souls have been examined, and how such an ability might be used for both good and evil. 5 out of 5 stars.
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