With the science of soul-fingerprinting a reality, Alina Chase has spent her entire life imprisoned for the crimes her past-self committed. In an attempt to clear her name, Alina unintentionally trades one prison for another when she escapes, aided by a group of teens whose intentions and motivations are a mystery to her. As she gets to know one of the boys, sparks fly, and Alina believes she may finally be able to trust someone. But when she uncovers clues left behind from her past life that only she can decipher, secrets begin to unravel. Alina must figure out whether she’s more than the soul she inherited, or if she’s fated to repeat the past.
This compelling story will leave readers wondering if this fictional world could become a reality
If you could find out who you were is a past life would you?
What if that decision was made for you and now you had to live with the consequences of what your soul did in a past life?
Well that is exactly what has happened to Alina. She has spent the last 17 years of her life isolated on a island, surrounded by guards, who claim to be there to protect her. But they treat her like a prisoner. Why ? Because before she was born there was June. And when June died, Alina inherited her soul.
Enter Cameron, Casey and Dom, who plain on bracking her out. They all have their own reasons for needing her, and not all of them have good intentions.
I really enjoyed Alina's character, though I found the fact she was so willing to trust intriguing. I can see that throughout the story her need to not only belong but to prove that she is not the person people think she is.
As the story progress you can see how her relationship with both Cameron and Casey develops. How she slowly learn what it means to trust and have friends.
I like the the over all subject matter. The idea the you could find out how you were in a past life. Miranda calls into question the possibility of what could happen if we are to judge people by something as intangible as a soul and our past lives.
Soulprint is a Innovative and invigorating read. Add this to your reading list today.
*I received a free ARC of Soulprint from Bloomsbury in exchange of an honest and unbiased review*