The Man, his wife, and his son discover they share parallel lives in parallel worlds - one ancient man, one modern day. Both families fight a soon-to-be extinct alien race intent on housing their souls in Earth's most intelligent beings: mankind and marine mammals.
As noted this is only book one. In sci-fi I don't mind if stories are connected, but I don't care for them when they just drop off and stop. That's what happened here. It felt like the story ended in mid sentence just to make a second book. Nothing is accomplished.
I also felt that for such a short book there were too many sets of characters each with their own needs and agendas. Two much. I never became attached to any of them because I wasn't given the time. The story flashed back and forth (which can be okay) but this story flashed back and forth into different characters. Too busy. Sorry, Mr. Robinson
What did you love best about Invaders of the Parallel Soul?
It reminded me of the great Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan series I read as a youth....with the alien twist added for extra excitement. Entertainment that makes you think too...can't wait for the movie!