Tuesday, November 8, 2011

{Giveaway} ARC of Incarnate by Jodi Meadows

Incarnate by Jodi Meadows

Summary via Goodreads:
NEWSOUL
Ana is new. For thousands of years in Range, a million souls have been reincarnated over and over, keeping their memories and experiences from previous lifetimes. When Ana was born, another soul vanished, and no one knows why.

NOSOUL
Even Ana’s own mother thinks she’s a nosoul, an omen of worse things to come, and has kept her away from society. To escape her seclusion and learn whether she’ll be reincarnated, Ana travels to the city of Heart, but its citizens are suspicious and afraid of what her presence means. When dragons and sylph attack the city, is Ana to blame?

HEART
Sam believes Ana’s new soul is good and worthwhile. When he stands up for her, their relationship blooms. But can he love someone who may live only once, and will Ana’s enemies—human and creature alike—let them be together? Ana needs to uncover the mistake that gave her someone else’s life, but will her quest threaten the peace of Heart and destroy the promise of reincarnation for all?

Jodi Meadows expertly weaves soul-deep romance, fantasy, and danger into an extraordinary tale of new life.

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Giveaway will run from 11/8/2011 to 11/30/2011 and is open to the US only. (Sorry International friends! I'll have a giveaway that's open to all of you coming up.) To enter, just fill out the form below! Also, please don't leave your e-mail address in the comments, just enter it into the form! On 12/1/2011, I'll e-mail the winner!






55 comments:

  1. I forgot to read the directions :D

    I'm not sure how I would react. This idea makes me think a little of The Host by Stephanie Meyer, but not nearly as crazy. Reincarnation is tricky for me :/

    I can't wait to read this one! Thanks for the great giveaway :)

    New follower!

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  2. I'm sure it would alter things, but I'm not entirely sure how. I think maybe it would help me relax, since I'd have so much time.

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  3. I don't think so, because I would know that I had future lifetimes to try many different things.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  4. This book sounds so different from all the other YA books on the market. I can't wait to read it. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. Thanks for the giveaway! If I knew I was living multiple lifetimes, I'd do my best to make each life I live unique - like, for instance, letting the inner emo take over and waxing weird poetry and driving my parents nuts. ;p

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  6. I've been coveting this one for a while! Thanks for the opportunity to win it!

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  7. Sorry. Commented before I read the question! I'm SURE it would affect the way I lived. How could it not?

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  9. I think I'd follow a different profession each time, all of them as exciting and dangerous as possible. I think I'd be more relaxed also, knowing that if I somehow screwed up something, it wouldn't matter. I'd have a next time :/

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. I'm very excited for this one - it looks great. And I just love the cover, it's so pretty.

    I think I'd end up being lazy. I'd put stuff off and just end up being gluttonous. I'm glad I've only got one life time - forces me to make the most of it.

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  11. Hmm depends. If I knew that I will remember my old life in my new life then yes I will probably do something to change what I wasn't happy with

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  12. Yes...I'd be a lot less stressed!

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  13. It would really depend if I remember each lifetime. If I do, then I would live my life differently, but I don't believe i would do anything differently if I couldn't remember. Who's to say one set of choices is better than another?

    Jennelle S

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  14. I think it would affect my current life. I think I wouldn't stress out as much and I'd be willing to take more chances.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. "If you knew that you'd live for multiple lifetimes, would it alter how you're currently living your life?"

    No, because it might end up changing my life currently.

    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  16. I don't think it woulod change how I am living. I would still want to live my life doing what I love, even if I knew that there would be more chances later. :)

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  17. I wouldn't want to change anything. I think everything that's currently happened bring me character. I wouldn't want to lose that!

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  18. Honestly, I think it would. Probably would be a little more reckless and not as nervous about everything I do (or don't do). ;)

    Sweet giveaway. Thanks!

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  19. I think it would change things. I feel like I would take more risks.

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  20. I think I would take the time to really specialize in some way in each life, because then I would know that i would have opportunities to do other things again in the future. Now, I worry that everything I do means I am choosing not to do something else. it would be fascinating to think we could be reincarnated and actually remember it

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  21. I don't really know if I would change the way I live if I knew I would have multiple lives. It's almost like people who know they are dying, go out and do everything they want to do, but with reincarnation, I am sure it would change the way people think? It is a very interesting concept and I can't wait to read the book! :)
    sarabara081

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  22. Probably not. Well actually maybe. I wouldn't worry about having to do 1 million things before i die so thats a plus!

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  23. I've always somewhat believed in some form of reincarnation, but wish I knew for sure because as one commenter put it ... I would be more fearless [like hangliding or something lol]

    Thanks for the super sweet giveaway - I just L.O.V.E. that cover :D

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  24. No not for me I would still live my life the way i'm living it

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  25. In this life I live, I know I have one shot to do everything I want and make a difference. But if I knew this wasn't the end, I know I would live differently. A lot of people would. You could hide money and things, knowing you could come back later for it. You would be sort of unafraid of dieing knowing that you could do about anything and still, you would be back. Would you kill yourself in your current life because an accident caused you to be wheelchair bound? Would you take the chance to live the life of a criminal knowing you would be reborn, your stash of goods waiting for you later and no one the wiser? There would be a lot of complex problems and things to think about if you lived multiple lives. For me, I have only one and thats what I want. I do my best and then I get to go see my anscestors. Thanks for the giveaway.

    LadyVampire2u AT gmail DOT com

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  26. I would try to do something different and meaningful each lifetime and take the time to actually enjoy it.

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  27. If you knew that you'd live for multiple lifetimes, would it alter how you're currently living your life?

    I'm sure it would in a profound way, but that is a tough question.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. It would definitely change me. I think I would take more risks and not worry about things so much.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. I wouldn't change a thing. I already live like I could die any minute so multiple lifetimes would only mean I have more time to love life, 27/4. Elizabethtown anyone?

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  30. I don't think so... This would either be my first life, or I wouldn't remember my previous lives, so the best you can do is just live how you think is best I guess. :)

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  31. I'm very sure that if I knew I'd live multiple lives, I'd live completely differently in each one-different goals, different career, different style, maybe even a different personality at times.

    I would have to do something to enjoy each life and not get bored with it (and with me). :)

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  32. OMG If I lived multiple lifetimes, I would totally be someone different each lifetime. Different name, personality, the works :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Rabiah

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  33. I don't think I would change too much...though I might lighten up a little and not overdo so much. Sometimes I push myself way too hard because this is the only life I get.

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  34. This is a tough question. But I'm sure this lifetime would be different because I'd be making decisions based off a lot of previous experiences. I'd also probably relish the chance to change some things or make different kinds of choices from previous mistakes. Or enjoy again things I loved before.

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  35. I think it would but maybe I wouldn't try to do certain things like oh I can do that in my next life.

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  36. I think I would be a little more relaxed about life. If I didn't feel like life was so short, maybe I wouldn't always be in a rush to do things.
    But I also think it would be hard for me to get close to people, knowing that I would lose them far before I ever died.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  37. I think id take more risks, if i have more chances of living, then i'd be bolder, more of a risk taker =)

    - juhina

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  38. I think it would change how I live my life. I wouldn't be so cautious and constantly rush things. Life would go slower, I'd learn more but would be able to do it at a regular pace. Each lifetime I would try something different and new. I also don't think I'd be so afraid of certain thing.

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  39. It would change my life. :) I wouldn't pressure myself to do things perfectly, and I'd probably be a lot more lazier. Plus, I'd pursue different things each life.

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  40. I would probably be a little more reckless...thanks for the giveaway

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  41. If you knew that you'd live for multiple lifetimes, would it alter how you're currently living your life?

    I think it would definitely alter the way I live my life. I'd take more chances, spend more money, not be so cautious and careful all the time. But also, I'd probably take my time getting to see the rest of the world, knowing I'd have so many chances to visit all the places I want to.

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  42. Definitely. I'd like to think it wouldn't, but I know that's not true. I wouldn't be as determined to do all the things I want to do, see all the things I want to see, be the best person I can be, if I knew there was a do-over. I'd be a lot more reckless. I'd live life more fully and less fully, in a sense.

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  43. Wow! That is quite a premise!

    -jehara

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  44. I think I would take s lot more risks.
    Thsnks for the giveaway!

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  45. Tricky question, but I think I'd probably be less afraid. I'd know there was another chance for me - a safety net if you will - so I'd probably worry less about my decisions.

    Thanks for this giveaway!

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  46. I would like to say no but really it would HAVE to change it, I mean just knowing that you will have mutiple oportunities to do something again will have to change the way you do it, it's like you ouldn't have to care if you mess up D:

    which is scary.

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  47. If I could live multiple lives, I would try to leave clues about my current life for the future me to find. Perhaps I would write myself some letters, leave some cherished souvenirs behind... I would want my future self to know about the people and things I loved during this life.

    As for the way I would change my lifestyle, I would be more of a daredevil. Knowing that there's another life waiting for me would let me take the risks that I'm too scared to do now. I dare say I'd be rather fearless.

    Thanks for the great giveaway, and have a happy Thanksgiving!

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  48. I think if I know I can live multiple times it will definitely alter my current situation, ill be carefree knowing that I can live after dying.

    fallendream03 AT gmail DOT com
    entered as jayjay atanacio

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  49. Hm... maybe? Dying would still suck, though.

    thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  50. I'd live it just as I'm living it now. Filled with dangerous sports and life-risking situations. You have to live your life fully.

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  51. Not really, I guess. Since I won't be remembering any of them, it's not going to change anything, so I guess I wouldn't change how I live.

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  52. I really don't think it would. I'm very happy with my life and the way I've chosen to live it, so I can't see the allure of changing it up. But then again, you never know...I might decide to go wild child in a lifetime just to see what's up with that!

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  53. I agree with CYp. I don't think I would change anything if I wouldn't remember it later anyway.

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