Soul Intent (2020)

Soul Intent A VILLAIN S REQUESTIn soon to be executed Nazi General Hermann Goering asks young Soul Identity overseer Archibald Morgan to take his looted gold and deposit it in a soul line collection there
  • Title: Soul Intent
  • Author: Dennis Batchelder
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  • Page: 316
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Soul Intent
    A VILLAIN S REQUESTIn 1946, soon to be executed Nazi General Hermann Goering asks young Soul Identity overseer Archibald Morgan to take his looted gold and deposit it in a soul line collection, there to await his soul s rebirth A GRIM RESISTANCEFlora, a seventeen year old Gypsy girl whose father died in the Dachau concentration camp, is sure that Goering stole the gold SA VILLAIN S REQUESTIn 1946, soon to be executed Nazi General Hermann Goering asks young Soul Identity overseer Archibald Morgan to take his looted gold and deposit it in a soul line collection, there to await his soul s rebirth A GRIM RESISTANCEFlora, a seventeen year old Gypsy girl whose father died in the Dachau concentration camp, is sure that Goering stole the gold She struggles to persuade Morgan to reject the Nazi s deposit, but Morgan prevails.A MYSTERIOUS THEFTSixty four years have passed A repentant Morgan opens Goering s collection and discovers the gold is gone In its place lies a cryptic journal Morgan asks security expert Scott Waverly to find the thief and recover the gold.A THRILLING ADVENTUREScott must race through Europe to uncover the elusive secrets of what really happened in Nuremberg secrets that threaten to reopen old wounds, settle old scores, and lead to the gold s and his own soul s recovery.
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    1. Another rousing adventure from Dennis Batchelder I was thrilled to discover that he had released a sequel to Soul Identity, which I thought was one of the best books I read in 2009 Yes, jumped the gun and released the Kindle edition of Soul Intent almost a full month before the paperback edition, but that just meant that I got a headstart on those people who are stuck with nothing but paper books Although I purchased Soul Intent as soon as I heard it was available, I intended to catch up with a [...]

    2. Soul Intent The Sequel Delivers Rating 4 of 5 Author Dennis BatchelderAvailable Paperback, Kindle1946 Nuremberg German Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering faces the death penalty for the atrocities he has carried out in the name of Nazi Germany After learning of Soul Identity , Goering makes arrangements to have his entire ill gotten gold fortune bequeathed to his soul line for retrieval by future soul carrier In the present, Soul Identity overseer Archibald Morgan discovers that Goering s gold has [...]

    3. Maybe it was the Nazi connection throughout the book and the search for a lost treasure, but the storyline of Soul Intent reminded me a lot of an Indiana Jones type adventure The main plot revolves around the Soul Identity corporation, a company that stores memories and personal effects for an individual s future descendants in his or her soul line The account of Herman Goering has been discovered to be missing a large deposit of gold that was left with Soul Identity only days before he was slat [...]

    4. YAY What a fantastic book Romance, intrigue and adventure mixed in with some science fiction and history and this was one of the best books I ve read in a while This was better then part one, and I adored part one soul identity This book would make an incredible movie Edge of your seat stuff here

    5. Soul Intent didn t let me down I d just finished Soul Identity literally and bought this book, opened it and started reading kindle I absolutely loved it It captured me from start to finish I was angry with Madame Flora the entire book, the ENTIRE book Scott began to get on my nerves to at a point, but George is still one of my all time favorite characters I love the premise that the story is based upon and will recommend this book again and again I already have several ladies in my office hooke [...]

    6. After reading Soul Identity, I needed Soul Intent Many of the same characters are involved, but the story flip flops between two different times, 1946 and the present.Hermann Goering wants to join Soul Identity, causing a dilemma, is it morally right to allow this Two of the main characters have lived with many secrets since that time and the story revolved around the characters than the business itself.The author s writing style is easy going and easy reading

    7. AMAZING The first book was just so so for me but this book was brilliant, heart breaking, funny I was so glad I took the time to read this book Good guys vs bad guys, where sometimes you wonder hmmm are the good guys really good guys AMAZING Soul Identity is under attack again, this time there are Nazis and scuba diving in opal mines, Think low tech james bond, it was non stop from page 1.

    8. Batchelder definitely didn t suffer from sopho slump in this novel It was tightly plotted, faster paced, and I found myself caring about the characters since he managed to slip in a little about their motivations.Soul Intent alternates between past and future as it tells the story of a lost treasure and continues the story of a company whose mission it is to reunite reincarnated souls with their past It s an original idea and it s well executed here.

    9. Okay Soul Identity novels aren t going to win any major literature awards, but WHO CARES They are fun adventure stories that have some new age twists I have really liked Batchelder s two books so far and I hope he does .I don t think he s a full time writer, though, and that these are just a sidelight No matter I hope to see in the future.

    10. Excellent follow up to Soul Identity This one had a little bit of everything The characters were filled out better than before Batchelder handled the jumps back in forth through time well enough that they didn t annoy me the way they do in many books I d like to read of his stuff I hope he keeps writing.

    11. Better than the original Dennis improved his standing with me upon writing this prequel to Soul Identity This novel was enjoyable, believable, and encouraging in every detail I will continue reading this authors materials.

    12. Well Finished this today.Well done Dennis another crackerDifferent from Identity which sets the scene I liked the switching from 1946 to Present If you like something different try this mans work it is great.I eagerly await the next one.

    13. Better than the first and the first was pretty good Writing was polished and the story had twists and turns The mystery becomes deeper, so that can be revealed Very engaging.

    14. A daring adventure follow up of book one Divers, gold, Nazis, and swimming in caves are all factors in this edge of the teeth romp Shocking ending, too

    15. Security expert for Soul Identity, Scott Waverly, has been asked by SI s executive overseer, Archie Morgan, to find out who stole the gold bars once belonging to Nazi General Hermann Goering from Soul Identity s depositary Sixty four years have passed since the gold was first deposited and Scott s job, along with his life partner Val, who also works for Soul Identity is to find out how and when the bars were taken.This is the second book in Dennis Batchelder s intriguing series, and for those wh [...]

    16. This was a kind of futuristic read , set in what appears to be modern day time It is a difficult book to describe without going into a great deal of detail.From Batchelder s website You can t take it with youbut what if you could Most people believe their souls outlive their bodies.Most people would find an organization that tracks their souls into the future and passes on their banked money and memories compelling.In 1946, soon to be executed Nazi General Hermann Goering asks young Soul Identit [...]

    17. I love the concept of this story and, for the most part, the way the characters interact It can be difficult to follow a circular timeline, but Batchelder made it feel seamless, and the excitement and pace of the story he began with Soul Identity is once again repeated in this book But, much in the way I found Scott s announcement to join Soul Identity anti climactic in the first book, several individual conflicts resolve themselves in very simplistic ways that aren t quite congruous with the ch [...]

    18. Just to give some insight into the 4 vs 5 star question that may have crossed your mind already I reserve 5 star ratings for books that either affect me on a personal level, or by established authors that I have grown to love over a multitude of novels This is only the second book I ve read by Mr Batchelder, so I feel that to be fair to myself, and to him, I can only give a 4 star review That said, I m chomping at the bit for the next novel by Dennis, and at that point, if he sticks with his mar [...]

    19. INTENT ACCOMPLISHED Dennis Batchelder s SOUL INTENT, the sequel to SOUL IDENTITY, is an entertaining read, and I do recommend it This comes as no surprise, as I breezed through SOUL IDENTITY very quickly As many others have said, Mr Batchelder is a gifted story teller The difference between the two books for me is that SOUL IDENTITY grabbed me right away, whereas it took a little getting used to the back and forth between a 1946 flashback, or a reference to SOUL IDENTITY and the present day stor [...]

    20. This was a great follow on to the original Soul Identity I liked the continuation of the story, and how a lot of the questions I had about how the society worked from the first book were answered in this one I still think it is sort of a guy book they way it was written but the premise and idea of the secrets of souls is fascinating and there are so many possibilities I really enjoyed meeting the author at a neighborhood book club which helped me appreciate the story line and what is to come eve [...]

    21. Another great book by Dennis Batchelder If you enjoyed Soul Identity you will like this book, too The author expertly uses flashbacks to add pieces to the mystery, and offers enough twists to keep me guessing until the end The dialog is smooth and believable, making this an easy book to read before you know it, you ll be finished.I even learned things about metallurgy, diving and mining

    22. Just meh I did read the entire novel, but found it rather dull Nothing much happens until the last 60 pages and even that is pretty uninspired I found it difficult to care about any of the characters, even the bad guy was really too bland to hate until perhaps right at the very end The first book Soul Identity was quite a bit better and I recommend reading it, but this one is probably worth skipping.

    23. Interesting idea on following the soul line which his previous book goes into detail about Also got me looking into the trial of Goering to see how the facts weight up as they are used in this story, so at least got me thinking Possibly not as good as first book but still worth a read.

    24. I enjoyed this booka combination of WWII intrigue and current adventure The first Soul Identity book was a tad fascinating with its introduction of the organization, but this one fleshed out some of the characters and background I am definitely looking forward to adventures of the Soul Identity security forces.

    25. Not as good as Soul Identity, which I really liked But I still liked it, I just felt as though there could have been to it I mean the premise of a soul used by a Nazi War Criminal leaving behind not only ill gotten gold but also boxes of books could have been really rich Of course there is still book 3 of this trilogy coming so who knows where this can go Still a good read.

    26. Soul Intent is the sequel to Soul Identity They were both pretty good stories revolving around a company that can read your unique soul and, when you die, keep your wealth and history for your reincarnated self Strange premise but well explained and executed Made me wish it were possible.

    27. Overall, a well paced, thrilling sequel some spots were a little tedious as the author spent unnecessary time specifying technical details, like minutiae of setting up the radio array, and the temperature when molten gold and water reach equilibriumBut, a good, fast read.

    28. I think this is my least favorite of Batchelder s books I think there is too much plot manipulation and it seems like he spends too much time getting into the story and then needs to wrap it up too quickly Having said that, it is a good read and a good continuation of an interesting concept.

    29. I liked the first one much better The detachment between Scott and his parents just strikes me as off The back and forth between back then and present day was a hardship And I found myself not liking Flora at all.

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