Incarnate Themes

Jodi Meadows
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Bias

The protagonist, Ana, is raised by a cruel and abusive mother who teaches her that she is different - and not in a good way. She is told that she is a "nosoul" — a person without value or substance who has never lived before in a world where everyone else has been reincarnated and lived multiple lives. Her mother tells her that her father abandoned her because he was humiliated by having a "nosoul" daughter. Ana has fantasies about being someone else and dreams of being like everyone else. So from a young child on, Ana experiences the pain of prejudice at the hands of her own mother. Could she expect less from strangers?

When Ana meets Sam, he is immediately drawn to her and feels no animosity for her for being a "new soul." In fact, he encourages her to be herself and to believe in...

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