After dying on the basketball court, seventeen-year-old, Oliver Conroy is put into a deep cryogenic sleep. In 2032, he wakes, brought back from the dead after eighteen years, with a soul that was not his to keep. Now he needs to find the strength to live out his second chance at life, reunite the missing pieces of his scattered family, and make it through high school, while avoiding the roaming psychopaths who just want their souls back.
Thanks, Kathy MacMillan for tagging me on this! I’m inspired to turn one of these terrible titles into a story! Especially the last one. 🙂
- Knocked the Wind Out
- I’ll Just Leave you Two Alone
- A Few More Weeks
- Dry Desert Terrain
- What Shiz!
- Wisps of Blue Ether
- Stick it Out
- Crumpled up in Confusion
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Everyone has a soul, right? What if two people shared a soul? This is the case in Extension. During a fierce game of basketball, seventeen-year-old Oliver has a heart attack and dies. His parents take his body to Velcron Technologies and he is cryogenically preserved until the technology is created to bring him back to life.
Flash forward eighteen years. It is now 2032 and the technology arrives. Oliver is revitalized and sent back into the world to live out his second chance.
But the revitalization technology is not perfect – in fact, it’s tragically flawed. When Oliver died his soul was reborn into a new body, Colby Patterson’s body. Now that Oliver is alive again, the soul is violently ripped from Colby and returned to Oliver, its original owner, leaving Colby a vacant, soulless, psychopath hell-bent on destroying everything around him including Oliver Conroy.
It’s a battle for the ultimate prize – ownership of the soul.