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Pages: 368

Language: English

Publisher: Bloomsbury Childrens (12 Feb. 2015)

By: Megan Miranda(Author)

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Alina Chase has spent her entire life in confinement. With the science of soul-printing now a reality, she is 'protected' for her own safety - and the safety of others - because her soul has done terrible things ... or so she's told. When Alina finally breaks out of prison, helped by a group of people with unclear motives, she begins to uncover clues left by her past life that only she can decipher. And she may not be as innocent as she once believed. Can Alina change her future, or is she fated to repeat her past and face the consequences? Perfect for fans of Sophie McKenzie.

One of the best YA thrillers I've ever read - Praise for 'Fracture' (Wondrous Reads)Brilliantly written, I was gripped and absorbed by every single second of the story. It's quite literally one of the best debuts I have ever read - Praise for 'Fracture' (A Dream of Books)Fracture is a gripping read full of heart in mouth moments, mystery, action and romance ... It's hard to believe that this is Megan Miranda's debut and I can't wait to see what she writes next - if it's half as good as Fracture then it's sure to be impressive! - Praise for 'Fracture' (Feeling Fictional)Fracture took me totally by surprise. It was emotional, powerful and it left me reeling - Praise for 'Fracture' (The Book Addicted Girl)


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  • By Guest on 14 March 2017

    The story and plot was straight to the point. The tension and drama builds up to the point that you're just too excited about their life than yours. The group of people which two people had a romance in is definitely a anecdote sort. Overall, I loved it.

  • By Michelle Cardozo on 12 March 2015

    I really adore Megan Miranda. Ever since I read her debut book, Fracture, I have fallen in love entirely with her stories and characters and I always get wholly wrapped up in the relationships and everything. Which is why, when in a reading slump, I relied on Megan Miranda's latest, Soulprint to drag me out of it. And unsurprisingly, it worked a charm. I found Soulprint to be a really addictive, exciting read and one that made me think.Soulprint is sort of unusual story set in a future in which the reincarnation of souls has been proven and is also able to be tracked. As we begin this story, our main character, Alina, has been imprisoned most of her life for her own 'protection' because of the crimes committed by her soul in her previous life that are a bit unclear. She has no privacy, no possessions, no relationships or friendships of her own and she has a very skewed perception of who she is. When she is helped to escape from her prison, she finally has the ability to track down some answers and possibly clear her name and free herself from future imprisonment.What I really liked about this book most of all was the questions it raised... I liked considering different ideas about reincarnation and about punishing a person for crimes committed in a previous life and the ethics behind the incarceration of an innocent person. I also really liked the way in which love is portrayed in this book. How Alina's previous soul, June, had this huge and passionate love affair ... and how it doesn't necessarily translate over a different life and in different circumstances.I thought Soulprint was really interesting and thought-provoking with plenty of action and excitement and a dash of romance. This book really just confirmed Megan Miranda as a recent favourite author.

  • By Jess Watkins (A Book Addict's Bookshelves) on 3 February 2015

    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Bloomsbury Publishing Plc (UK&ANZ) and NetGalley*Soulprinting means that spinal fluid can be used to see who people were in their prior reincarnation and as a result Alina Chase has spent her life trapped on an island because of who she was in a previous life – a criminal called June who hacked into the soulprint database.At seventeen, Alina has dreamed of escaping for years and one day it finally happens – a group of people break her out. Can Alina trust her rescuers? Will she ever truly be free? Was June really the villain people saw her as?Soulprinting is a very intriguing idea and you could tell that the author had thought about it in great detail. I liked Alina and felt sorry for her – she didn’t know her parents and all she wanted was to live her life in peace but the shadow of June was constantly hanging over her. There was some romance in this but it didn’t feel that real to me. The plot was okay but I did see something coming early on. It did feel like the middle dragged a bit but the writing style was easy to read and engaging.Overall this was an interesting read that I enjoyed.

  • By Sarah on 3 February 2015

    (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Bloomsbury Publishing Plc (UK & ANZ) and NetGalley.)This was an okay sci-fi story, but it dragged.I felt quite sorry for Alina and her parents. It was awful the way the government took away her freedom and family because of something that she had no control over. It must have been awful for her parents to realise that their daughter would never know freedom or a normal life.The storyline in this was okay, but the pace was too slow for me. I felt like the book was twice as long as it actually was, and kept checking and rechecking the percentage read in the corner of the kindle. I did like eventually finding out what had been going on, and why June was in trouble in the first place, but it felt like it took a long time to get there.There was some romance, but it didn’t really interest me. There wasn’t a lot of it though.The ending was okay, but I was just glad to get there to be honest. I didn’t really enjoy this to be overall.6 out of 10.

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