Soul Intent

Soul Intent

by Dennis Batchelder
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Overview

Soul Intent by Dennis Batchelder

1946:Nazi Hermann Goering asks overseer Archibald Morgan to deposit looted gold to await his soul’s rebirth. 17-yr-old Flora fails to persuade Morgan to reject the request.

Present Day:the gold’s missing. Morgan asks Scott Waverly for help. Scott uncovers secrets from Nuremberg that threaten to reopen old wounds, settle old scores, and lead to the gold’s-and his own soul’s-recovery.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000696910
Publisher: Dennis Batchelder
Publication date: 08/16/2009
Series: Soul Identity Series , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 190,295
File size: 534 KB

About the Author

I have been writing for ten years, and I've spent over twenty years in the computer security industry. I grew up in New England, spent twenty-five years in Maryland, and now I live with my wife, our three youngest sons, and my mother-in-law in West Seattle, Washington. My novels revolve around Soul Identity, an organization that helps you leave your money and memories to your own future life. My first novel Soul Identity is half techno-thriller, half existential journey. It explores what would happen if a God-less, business-based take on reincarnation prevailed--and the consequences this could cause. Next comes Soul Intent, and it explores why people do bad things for good reasons. It's set both in Germany during the Nuremberg trials and the present day. This is an adventure tale of stealing, hiding, and recovering Nazi Gold. My third book, Soul Integrity, explores the extremes people will undertake as part of keeping their faith. It's set in Cuba during the 60's, India and China in the 80's, and Seattle in the present day. I'd love to hear from you... email me at denbatch@gmail.com, or visit me on Facebook!

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Soul Intent 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 297 reviews.
BlueViper More than 1 year ago
Soul Intent is a sequel for Soul Identity. I bought this book after I finished reading Soul Identity, hoping for an equally fun read. Unfortunately Soul Intent fell a bit short of my expectations. While I found the story to be fun and entertaining, it jumped between several time periods, and did so abruptly resulting in a slight distraction from the story. Beyond this; however, the story is a lot of fun, and is very entertaining. There are several twists that I didn't expect, and helped suck me into the story, making it hard for me to put down. Overall, I highly recommend this book for fans of the original Soul Identity and its characters.
nookerCB More than 1 year ago
2nd in the series and I hope there is more. Did you know you can bank your "soul" and all that entails? Even a Nazi can do it. Plot goes all over the world but is solved in the end, plus a love story to boot. Easy read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The perfect book when you can't decide what to read. A little adventure, a little problem solving, off-beat characters, and a fast-moving plot. Great fun!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For a free book, I was expecting the usual spelling errors, but found none. Great plot, well developed characters, although the story did lag a bit in places. Hopefully the author will continue the series after the second book, which I just started reading.
StefanYates More than 1 year ago
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 slated for execution in the 1940's. The story jumps between the modern day search for the gold and the post-WWII events concerning the deposit of the gold. This is a fairly entertaining adventure/mystery. I haven't read the first book in the series, but except for a mention here and there of the events that happened last year and a reference or two to their prior adventures, this book is fairly stand-alone. The relationship between the characters is made fairly clear and earlier events really don't have much to do with what happens in this novel. The story-lines are pretty interesting and there are some good action sequences and tense moments that keep the reader interested and the story moving along at a good pace. I'd recommend this novel and will most likely purchase the first novel in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it but you need a box of kleenex toward the end. More intrigue in this one. GReat characterizations and plot!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVED the first 2 books, can't wait to start the 3rd!
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This book is just as good and cheap. You should definitly buy it
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Good story. Good characters. Good series. What's next?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great series so far. Is the author still writing? I would love to read more.
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The vfirst book really held my attention. I agree with another reviewer that the skipping around is confusing and the storyline fragments. I hope the writer does snother book but, that it follows a straighter path.
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DRBBASS More than 1 year ago
Just finished Soul Identity by this author, if this is only half as enjoyable, this will be a pleasure to read.
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