31 Mar 2012

Book Review - OldSoul by Dan Haring

Jason Gouvas doesn’t want to believe he has special abilities or that he's an Oldsoul-- a vessel for the souls of people who have passed away, but the dead girl in his mind can be very persuasive.

Her name is Erin, and through her Jason is able to access the knowledge and skills of the souls within him. And with a group of power-hungry immortals bent on destroying the Oldsouls and overthrowing humanity, he's going to need them all.

My Review:  10 out of 10

(To see my video review, please see the end of this post)

I was very lucky to be able to read and review this for my blog as part of a blog tour that was organised by the wonderful Krista (you can find her blog (and an interview she has with the author) here.  The OldSoul announcement page is here.

I absolutely loved this book, and a very interest concept for a story.  This is the first time I have come across a story about people being vessels that hold the souls of people long before.  

At the beginning, we see Jason who is a young policeman who has been caught by, what I believe to be, the mob with no form of escape until a group of 'people' break in and take him away to another realm, which he never knew existed.  

For me, this story was very fast paced which held by interest all the way through the novel.  You also had a few twists and turns that definately made me sit up and pay attention to the story.  There are a few family mysteries that have to be discovered.

There was a small element of romance in this story which I did enjoy but I would have to say that this story is more action packed than anything else.  

What a fantastic good versus evil story (never really knowing who was who until nearer the end) that I would very highly recommend.

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Old Soul Trailer

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Best wishes

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