Oh noooO!!! Too many feelings. This review is going to be less intelligent and more an emotional outpouring of OH MY GOSH THIS BOOK.
I mean, the premise is fantastic. Harry August lives his life, dies, and…is reborn. As himself, same parents, same place, same situation. But he remembers everything of his life before. It turns out there are other people like him, and this is the story of how these men and women influence the world and each other.
It’s super cool and fascinating, and the structure allows for some amazing questions. There’s the run of the mill immortal quandary: What do you do to keep life interesting if you’ll never die? Harry becomes a scientist, doctor, engineer, world traveler, etc. He learns everything, he meets everyone, he gets married a few times in different lives to different women. He is captured, tortured, and dies in a whole bunch of different ways. Continue reading