Reincarnation Blues

Reincarnation Blues

A Novel

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Reincarnation Blues is more than a great love story: Every journey from cradle to grave offers Milo more pieces of the great cosmic puzzle--if only he can piece them together in time to finally understand what it means to be part of something bigger than infinity. As darkly enchanting as the works of Neil Gaiman and as wisely hilarious as Kurt Vonnegut's, Michael Poore's Reincarnation Blues is the story of everything that makes life profound, beautiful, absurd, and heartbreaking. -- amazon.com
"First we live. Then we die. And then--we get another try? Ten thousand tries, to be exact. Ten thousand lives to get it right. Answer all the Big Questions. Achieve Wisdom. And Become One with Everything. Milo has had 9,995 chances so far and has just five more lives to earn a place in the cosmic soul. If he doesn't make the cut, oblivion awaits. But all Milo really wants is to fall forever into the arms of Death. Or Suzie, as he calls her"--Amazon.com.
Publisher: ©2017
New York :, Del Rey,, [2017]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780399178481
Characteristics: 374 pages ; 25 cm
Summary: Reincarnation Blues is more than a great love story: Every journey from cradle to grave offers Milo more pieces of the great cosmic puzzle--if only he can piece them together in time to finally understand what it means to be part of something bigger than infinity. As darkly enchanting as the works of Neil Gaiman and as wisely hilarious as Kurt Vonnegut's, Michael Poore's Reincarnation Blues is the story of everything that makes life profound, beautiful, absurd, and heartbreaking. -- amazon.com

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KateHillier Oct 26, 2017

Milo has lived nearly 10,000 lives. Most people don't do life over again this often because they eventually reach perfection and join the universe. Milo is in no rush because he enjoys his time and romance between lives with Death (or Suzie as she prefers to be called). This is very loose Buddhism combined with Douglas Adams and it is great fun to watch Milo go through different lives seeing if he'll actually get it right. Especially considering he can't continue as he is forever.

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