Jigsaw Soul by Scott Middlemist

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Jigsaw Soul follows a soldier's quest to recover the lost pieces of his soul in an epic that echoes "Apocalypse Now" and "The Odyssey."

In a black ops unit, Arthur Logan calls bullets and bombs from the sky over Iraq. The corpses created by his lethal rain send ghosts after Arthur’s soul, but he avoids their revenge…until returning home.

Civilian life seems perfect, but the echoes of war slowly dissolve his sanity, and Arthur causes a disaster that kills hundreds of people.

While imprisoned for his actions, Arthur discovers his shattered soul is scattered between life and death in a slipstream called The Scale. On a quest for redemption, Arthur hunts for his soul in supernatural versions of San Francisco, New York, Camelot, Valhalla, and even into hell.

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Published April 12, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 418 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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After Arthur is committed to a military psychiatric prison, his dreamscapes only become more terrifying and bizarre, even as his psychiatrist struggles to help him recover—no easy task, given Arthur’s state of mind: “In bed that night, I imagined dragging a zipper around my head and lifting out m...

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Scott Middlemist’s debut novel follows Arthur Logan, an Iraq War veteran whose experiences in that war have shoved him out of sanity and into PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder);

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