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4.2 33
Young Adult Fiction 7272
Incarnate
Overall rating
 
3.3
Plot
 
3.0
Characters
 
4.0
Writing Style
 
3.0
Ana is considered a no soul. For thousands of years the many souls have been reincarnated over and over, as different people with different features, sometimes as different sexes. But something has happened to make Ana replace another soul. She's called a no soul by everyone else, but maybe she's just a new soul.

Incarnate is a novel that makes you think about the "meaning of life." What does it really mean to live. And what is our life really worth? With the new threat Ana poses, the other souls now wonder if this may be there last time on Earth as well.

Does having infinite number of lives make you live less?
Good Points
I really enjoyed the development of Sam and Ana's relationship. There never seemed to be any unrealistic actions between them like there usually are in YA (i. e. insta-love, super attachment, rushing into things, etc.).
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