I'll pretty much read anything Megan Miranda writes. Ever since I read Hysteria, I decided that I loved her writing, and that I'd probably read anything she wrote. Soulprint just had such an interesting concept! I mean, being able to trace souls as they are reborn? How cool is that? However, the method of keeping track of all the souls, I'll admit, is quite questionable... with a lumbar puncture, you get the "fingerprint" from the spinal fluid? I don't know about that, but what I do know is how much I loved the concept! The soul is just something that has always intrigued us, and I just thought this was very cool.
I've mentioned many times before how I love stories where we have characters escaping from the government or other equally frightening/evil people, and this one was no different! After having spent her whole 17 years of life locked up for something her soul did in her previous life, Alina is finally able to escape her highly guarded island with the help of a couple unexpected people. Well, I really shouldn't say unexpected... One of the guys was awfully suspicious, and early on in the book I figured out exactly why he was so keen on helping Alina out. That plot twist, unfortunately, was not particularly surprising to me.
I really liked the characters, they were so diverse and interesting. You especially felt for Alina and all she's went through, being treated so unfairly for something that was done in her past life.
The way she was treated, like a criminal, was SO frustrating! I just found myself routing for her all the way.
The romance was very sweet, too! I loved Cameron! And, well, I thought this was a really fantastic book. If you like thrillers with a little bit of sci-fi, this is definitely the read for you!
Have you read this book? If so, what did you think about it? If not, what do you think? Does it sound like something you might want to read? Leave me a link to your review or comment below! :)