Reincarnation is out-of-this-world in THE LAST REINCARNATION OF STEVEN KINDER by Bernard F. Finnigan
By: BHC Press
"Most reincarnation novels are usually century-spanning affairs following the hero in life after life," says author Bernard F. Finnigan. "I wanted to concentrate on only a single life of an individual. Steven Kinder really doesn't know anything about reincarnation. He can't worry about what's happened before because it's all he can do to survive the life he's currently in. The underlying gimmick is that we, the reader, know this is Steve's last reincarnation. This is the last life Steve will spend as a human before he moves to…whatever. He obviously doesn't know that, but it's our little secret that will become more poignant as the series moves along."
Steven Kinder's life seems to be one bad day after another. His apartment burns down…one day after moving in. A job is lost due to a computer glitch. College records are mysteriously frozen and he's accused of cheating his way through his degree.
When paramilitary thugs bust down his door at two in the morning, suddenly he's having the worst bad day ever. Hauled away in chains, he's accused of being an illegal alien and thrown into a subzero coffin to linger in suspended animation forever. But life turns from bad to bizarre when his rescue becomes even more bewildering than the kidnapping. Steven is about to discover that there are aliens everywhere—real intergalactic aliens hidden just out of human perception. And that the accidents destroying Steven's life may not have been so accidental after all…
Published by BHC Press, The Last Reincarnation of Steven Kinder is available in hardcover (978-1-948540-
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About Bernard F. Finnigan: Bernard K. Finnigan is fascinated by Celtic lore and is the author of the fan favorite When Halloween Was Green. When not writing, he enjoys amateur filmmaking and building his own horror movie costumes. He resides in Idaho where he is known for rewarding trick or treaters with full-sized candy bars. He's currently working on his next Steven Kinder novel.
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