Review: Incarnate

Okay, not to alarm anyone but I think I may have just found my new favorite series.


Jodi Meadows, the author, is my new favorite person.


I picked this book up on one of my many trips to the library because the cover was pretty. That’s it. Honestly, the description of it in the front cover flap didn’t sound interesting at all but I figured if it had a good cover the story might be good.

Don’t judge a book by its cover, right? That may ring true to people, but to books I have found exceptions. This was one of those times.

Incarnate follows the story of Ana, a newsoul. In a place where the same people have been reincarnated into different bodies for the last five thousand years, that’s a new thing. She is completely new. Some people hate her for it, as her entrance into the world took away someone else: Ciana.

Ana was brought up by her mother Li, who seems to loathe her from the get-go. Her father ran away soon after her birth. On her eighteenth birthday, Ana decided to into the city to find some answers. Instead, she was steered the wrong way from her mother’s sabotaged compass. An attack from the Sylph, firey creatures, forced Ana to jump from a cliff, and right onto Sam’s radar.

Sam helps Ana, takes her in, and shows her that she is not a ‘nosoul’ like her mother insists.

This book follows the pair as they try to figure out why she was born whilst introducing Ana to the world that she has never known.


I give this book 5/5 stars. It was everything that I liked to read. I never felt bored, and I never caught myself skipping over descriptive passages. Every time I got an opportunity to read, I was excited to continue with the story. I picked up the next book in this series, and I can’t wait to read it!


Happy Reading!



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