I picked up this book in Waterstones’ cafe last year. The beginning intrigued me.
The premise is that Harry August is re-born each time he dies. He lives his life over again, albeit never in the same way. He accumulates knowledge and experience across his lifetimes, as do others of his rare kind.
The story becomes something of a time travelling thriller, a cat and mouse chase over several repeated lifetimes. I am sorry to say that the characters lacked credibility and depth. I would say a good idea that needed a better writer. Sorry. 3 out of 10.