A Soul's Kiss by Debra Chapoton
Published on 15 March 2014
Genre: YA Paranormal
Page Count: 252
When a tragic accident leaves Jessica comatose, her spirit escapes her body. Navigating a supernatural realm is tough, but being half dead has its advantages.
Like getting into people’s thoughts.
Like taking over someone’s body.
Like experiencing romance on a whole new plane - literally.
Jessica learns an amazing truth as she struggles to return to her body before the doctors pull the plug, only she can’t do it alone. Now the only two people willing to help Jessica’s splintered soul are the two she’s hurt the most. They must find a way to guide her soul back to her body ... before it’s too late.
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RATING: 4 out of 5 Stars
Disclosure: I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.
Reading A Soul's Kiss takes you through different characters' POVs all revolving around Jessica and her subsequent accident. However, what remained unknown to her was truth to what happened that led to the accident and probably what happened to some of her schoolmates.
It's amazing to be able to read about multiple characters' thoughts throughout the story that gives the reader a more in-depth view of the situation. What fascinated me the most was the idea of Jessica's spirit being able to escape from her body and let her do things that were just so... unimaginable. It's actually a unique experience reading A Soul's Kiss. I also like how each characters tried to solve the mystery of Jessica's spirit and how they tried to resolve the situation.
A Soul's Kiss is definitely an enjoyable read which really captures my attention from page 1. The story just pulls me in and made me keep on turning the pages on my e-reader to find out what would happen to our poor Jessica and if she will return back to her body before it's too late. The only downside of the book is overlapping of scenario but from multiple characters. I know this is inherent in books with multiple POVs but still, I felt it was kind of repeating the scene. Nevertheless, A Soul's Kiss is still a good read which I'll recommend to others.
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