For Erik Anderson, the Copenhagen line is his curse. He takes the train every night to collect souls. Like any lovelorn fool, he bargained his own long ago, and now pays the price - a lifetime of loneliness as a grim reaper. Stay distant - that's been his mantra and what keeps him sane. Until Mina Castner drops into his life like a whirlwind, one spilled drink leading to staying up until dawn with the woman. He believed one night couldn't hurt, but he sorely underestimated her determination. Every encounter between them is a reprieve from the guilt of reaping souls every night, but it can't last. Even if she sparks long buried feelings, and even if her sheer presence intoxicates him, he can't let this continue. For humans, his touch is poison, and if he slips up, it could cost her her life.
What made the experience of listening to Soul Solution the most enjoyable?
Decent enough story line although I kind of wish it was longer and the narrator did a great job.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
Have you listened to any of Eddie Caiazzo’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No, this was my first time and he did a good job and I enjoyed his narration.
Any additional comments?
This was my first book by this author and I thought it was a good story though I think it could have been better if it was longer. I really liked the two main characters especially Erik. If you're looking for a short romance then you will probably enjoy this one.
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