Soulless: The Immortal Gene

Soulless The immortal Gene Trilogy

Soulless The Immortal Gene

A Review By. R. F. Cisneros

In the past, I’ve been asked how I’ve picked the books that I’ve done reviews on. In the past, I would’ve usually given a snarky and smartass remark. But, not this time. I feel like I’ve grown over the years and in doing so, it has changed my attitudes to others and how they feel when I say things to them. So I sat back and thought long and hard about it and then I considered the answer for a moment and it reminded me of how this review came to fruition. I first started reading a different title, by a different author…It’s ok, I’m not going to mention the author’s name I’m a better person than that. But as I was saying, I was reading a different book, and believe me when I say that it hurts when I can’t get through a book. So, after trying twice to get through it, I sighed and put it aside. I then moped around my home, wondering what to read and review next.

Then it hit me, why not check my email. It’s helped in the past, and so I did. As I stared into the vast abyss of what is my inbox, that’s where I saw it. Stuck between the email of my order from Barnes and Noble and my last Hot Topic announcement…(don’t ask) I saw it: the notice that would allow me to make up for my past attempt at a review. The aforementioned email was from a newsletter that sends me notices of new books, be it free or offers of books with a small fee. In the past I’ve found their choices to be very well rounded. And, that’s where I saw it the latest from author Jacinta Maree from Melbourne Australia, a book titled Soulless: The Immortal Gene Trilogy Book One.

I was drawn by its cover but that’s not what made me buy it, it was on sale people and there is nothing I love more than a book sale. Even a bad book that is on sale, but this is not the case. So, I decided to give it a shot and said to myself it’s only a dollar. Wow, was that dollar worth it. I have to admit that I have not read a story with such an imaginative and original plot line than this story. Jacinta knows how to draw you in with her rich characters and very good story telling. I don’t do much on the spoiler aspect so you can make the decision for yourself. But, I’ll say this: it’s worth it, from the first page to the last page. I have to say that not many people catch or should I say grab my attention like Jacinta Maree. And in the sense of page turning, this one has it, and even though I’ve only finished the book a bit ago, the characters stayed with me in my memory.

This book is one of the best I’ve read in a long time. As this book caught my attention, I’m sure you’ll get caught up in it as well. With it’s rich characters and well-written prose, I myself am looking forward to seeing what else she has in store for us when she puts out the rest of the this very well-written trilogy.

Soulless is available from Inked Rabbit Press on 10/1/2015 via Amazon HERE.

2 thoughts on “Soulless: The Immortal Gene”

  1. As much as I love reading the actually review of a book, I also love to read about the backstory of how a book is chosen. I often take chances with new authors. Sometimes they work out; sometimes they sadly don’t. I’m so happy that this worked out for you.

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