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What the community says about Incarnate (Incarnate)
- "Really really fun! I know, that's weird to say about a dystopian fantasy, but it's true. I had been meaning to get my hands on a copy for a while but never really got around to it. I'm so glad I did just in time for a nice weekend at home. I really enjoyed the world building and the characters. I'm looking forward to reading the next in the series to see if the story gets even better."
- "Let me start off by first just saying how breathtaking the cover of this book is. It is insane. I know I shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but I'm really glad I did when I chose to pick this one up. I think seeing the cover also helps give the reader an idea about how to perceive the environment/setting that the book takes place in, and you also get a good first impression of the main character Ana. There's a perfect blend of fantasy and mystery that is visible in the cover of this book, and the story illustrates it quite well, too. I would dare say that this is my favorite book that has a face on the cover."
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- "I recently bought the book "Incarnate (Incarnate Trilogy)" as a present for a friend of mine, and he really enjoyed it! The book talks about the story of Ana, that lives in a world in which if you die you come back reincarnated in another body. It's really interesting, and my friend suggest it to everyone! ^_^"
- "Jodi Meadows is a fine author. She has crafted a compelling tale of teens and reincarnation and love and loss. She is a fine storyteller and craftsperson. But she is obviously blind. While the story is captivating, I have to admit that it was difficult to read. Not because of the prose which again is well honed and precise. But because I nearly lost my own eyesight when I looked at the cover of the book. Don't judge a book by it's cover, they say, and rightfully so, If you judged Incarnate by it's cover, you'd expect nothing but scenes from Un Chien Andalou. And not the good ones. ""I will be the first to admit I know nothing about these young romance books. I still can't fathom how Twilight and it's erotic fan fiction became a big thing. I may not be a judge on this topic, but uh, this doesn't really seem like a romance novel."
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